Sailboat mast CC series
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sailboat mast
sailboat mast
sailboat mast
sailboat mast
sailboat mast
sailboat mast
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Characteristics

Application domain
for sailboats
Material
carbon
Intended use
racing, speed

Description

For everyone who cannot resist speed Carbon composite combines stiffness and strength with low weight. Seldén lowweight carbon spars have accentuated longitudinal stiffness. This means that forestay tension can be substantially increased. All experienced racing sailors know what this means in terms of increased performance. The combination of greater stiffness and reduced weight will bring you beyond the speed limits. Our carbon spars are designed using the latest finite element analysis backed by many years of solid engineering experience. Our unique production method gives a unique look. We call it Mandrel Filament Moulding (MFM). The process is fully automated and computer controlled for ultimate accuracy, repeatability, efficiency and that stunning ‘Viper’ pattern. Seldén produce over 400 carbon masts per year as well as booms, poles and bow sprits for boats including high performance skiffs, racing keelboats, IRC race boats and some of the world’s most prestigious cruising yachts. With more sailors choosing Seldén carbon spars, the pattern is obvious. For more detailed information, please see our Carbon catalogue. For everyone who cannot resist speed Carbon composite combines stiffness and strength with low weight. Seldén lowweight carbon spars have accentuated longitudinal stiffness. This means that forestay tension can be substantially increased. All experienced racing sailors know what this means in terms of increased upwind performance. The combination of greater stiffness and reduced weight will bring you beyond the speed limits.

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