APPLICATIONS MAIN SHEET BENEFITS / FEATURES EXCELLENT GRIP SUPPLE SURFACE EASY HANDLING EASY TO SPLICE SUITABLE FOR WINCHES SPECIFICATION MATERIALCOVER : POLYESTER STAPLE FIBER CORE: HT POLYESTER FIBER SPECIFIC GRAVITY1,38 ...
... GENNAKER TACK-LINE BENEFITS / FEATURES VERY SUITABLE FOR JAMMERS COMFORTABLE HANDLING LOW STRECH LIGHTWEIGHT EXCELLENT DINGHY SHEET HIGH KNOTTED STRENGTH SPECIFICATIONS MATERIALBLENDED DYNEEMA® SK 78 HT ...
MAIN HALYARD GENOA HALYARD SPI HALYARD REEFING LINES MAIN SHEET GENOA SHEET SPI SHEET BENEFITS / FEATURES OUTSTANDING FLEXIBILITY HIGH BREAKING LOAD EASY TO SPLICE DOES NOT KINK SHARES THE LOAD EQUALLY BETWEEN ...
... ® and Cordura®. Features: excellent grip and abrasion resistant. Very good touch. Recommended use: ideal halyard/sheet for dinghy and high competition. Working stretch: <1%.
Construction: simple braided / 1 to 20mm: 12-plaited. Composition: Dyneema® SK-78. Features: high breaking strength, easy to splice and high floatability. Recommended use: excellent for control ropes, kicking straps and multipurpose. Working ...
... these fibers gives an excellent grip, very good touch and a low stretching. Recommended use: perfect sheet for cruising and dinghy. Working stretch: <1.5%.
polypropylene mainsheets, Rooster rope optimist mainsheet. (Due to the unique design the outer core takes the load instead of the inner core.This helps to maintain stability and prevents the rope from ...
This new rope within the Excel range compliments the existing fusion family of products, using a Dyneema® sk78 core but with an 8 plait cover, blended from Technora® aramid and polyester AVAILABLE DIAMETERS: 4mm ...
Extremely low stretch, compact, and abrasion resistant braid with high-strength Dyneema ® core. • working stretch < 1.5 % • highly UV resistant • low stretch, high grip
... for the simultaneous transfer of tractional and torsional forcesExcellent break load with lowest elongationExtremely stable rope cross-section, exceptionally abrasion-resistant coverNo inelastic elongation (creep) under ...
... Aircore Cover: Dyneema + non-slip fiber Diameter: 6,5 - 9,5 mm (larger diameters on demand) Use: Sheets for small dinghies, tapered lines Characteristics: Great comfort, excellent efficiency in cleats, minimum weight
... Core: 16-plait stretched coated Dyneema® SK78 braid, grey colour Characteristics This range was specially developed for «dinghy» or «laser» boats. Products available with a technical core in H&JOS® T, HÖ)UA® T and ...
Good choice for tackles and tackle blocks and can be used as leech lines. Main peculiarity is dimensional stability and minimal water absorption.
... hydrophobic. It helps fast manoeuvring. Advantages : Perfectly suitable for light catamarans and dinghies. Use : Mainsheet, jibs, spinnaker sheets for dinghies, sport catamarans, day-boats. Construction ...
The standard product for fast skiff and dinghy classes; ideal for applications requiring highest abrasion resistance and minimal elongation. PBO and Dyneema® SK99 and SK78 make up this perfect combination.
The 12 strand construction is used to ensure that the maximum strength is delivered through the rope providing a high diameter for breaking load ratio. The product is colour coated. 100% Dyneema® SK78 delivers ultimate ...
Tech-12 is a 12-strand construction that is heat and flex-fatigue resistant and works well around sheaves and winches. It is easy to splice and is Samthane coated.
POLYESTER ROPE OF EXCELLENT QUALITY 1. Suitable for several uses 2. Sinkable 3. Blue / Red
How to choose this product
Sailing dinghy cordage is used for halyards, sheets, downhauls, trapezes and other functions. While it is generally made of the same materials, its diameter is less than that of the corresponding lines on a larger sailboat.
Common materials include polyester, Dyneema®, Vectran®, bungee-type elastic rope and, rarely, PBO. Polyester is a mid-range fiber with a very good quality/price ratio. Its low stretch coefficient, high breaking load, UV resistance and moderate price make it suitable for any on-board application.
Dyneema® is a more modern material. More costly than polyester, it is also much stronger and stretches less. This allows for thinner, lighter lines. Some versions have a polyester sheath. Vectran® is suitable for sailing dinghies because of its good characteristics, even at small diameters. Elastic rope is very useful for trapeze rigging, spinnaker pole outhaul and other functions.
How to choose
Budget is the main factor of choice since the best line materials are also the most expensive. Consider how comfortable the line is to the touch. Jib and mainsail sheets must sometimes be held under tension for long periods.