... from tough, abrasion resistant Nylon for minimum weight and corrosion resistance. Snap-on beak design allows attachment to the pole ring without manually opening the pin. Attachment point for pin release lines.
Product Information Suit external mounting on solid or tubular sections. Push-on beak design allows attachment to the pole ring without manually opening the pin. Attachment point for pin release lines. Materials ...
Tylaska has revived the proven and very durable Intrepid II spinnaker pole ends. Molds have been reworked, tolerances brought back to specs and problems repaired to make the Intrepid II pole ...
To handle the highest compression loads, Tylaska Hardware offers a machined inboard spinnaker pole end – the Grand Prix. Machined of high strength aluminum alloy with a stainless steel load bearing collar ...
Spinnaker pole end to fit 32mm o/d tube Weight: 105g Category: Spinnaker pole fittings
Spinnaker Pole End to fit 50mm o/d tube Weight: 321g Category: Spinnaker pole fittings
... length or boat model, Spinnaker poles, Spinnaker pole kits, Line Control Whisker Poles, Lock Repair Kits, and Twist Lock Poles For Boats ...
The UGPS end fitting comes with a stainless steel lined throat. As Always, this deluxe oceanracing end fitting features a wide flared throat. Both the UGPS ends also feature our proven spring loaded piston systems with roller for positive ...
Description:Spinnipole End 32mm Category:Spars and Rigging Subcategory:Spinnaker Handling Type:Pole Ends Weight (grm):90 Length (mm):37 Diameter (mm):32
Description:Spinnipole End Ali 40mm Category:Spars and Rigging Subcategory:Spinnaker Handling Type:Pole Ends Weight (grm):128 Length (mm):60 Diameter (mm):40
Aluminium spinnaker pole end, stainless steel plunger pin. Quick release automatic device.
Our spinnaker pole ends have body in aluminium and are black anodised. The lock is in stainless steel.
How to choose this product
A pole terminal is a fitting in the form of a hook closed by a spring-loaded sliding pin operated via a lanyard. One terminal holds the spinnaker guy, while the other is attached to a ring on the mast.
Such devices are indispensable aboard sailboats using a symmetrical spinnaker supported by a pole. The pole holds the spinnaker open to windward.
The hook is closed by a sliding pin with a ring or another fitting for attaching a lanyard or control line. When the line is pulled, the hook opens, allowing the guy to be cast off or fastened, for instance during a jibe. Pulling in the other direction frees the pole from the mast or enables it to be refastened after the maneuver.
How to choose
Choice will depend on the diameter of the spinnaker pole and that of the mast ring.