Back in April 2016, The Rigging Company attended a week long certification to become an Authorized Harken Hydraulics Service Center. WE PASSED!!! You can now bring your Harken hydraulic units or systems to The Rigging Company (or we can bring The Rigging Company to you) to have them serviced, repaired, and even replaced. We not […]Read More Authorized Harken Hydraulics Service Center
Just 5 days ago the Extreme Sailing Series finished up ACT 2 in Muscat, Oman. Leigh McMillan and the top notch team aboard The Wave Muscat came out victorious once again. The home snuck into the lead position just in front of Americas Cup skipper Dean Barker of Team Emirates New Zealand. The last spot on […]Read More A Home Team Win
In typical Extreme Sailing Series fashion, Act 1 kicks off with no shortage of collisions and wipeouts. The race took place in Singapore Harbor last weekend. Day 3 delivered possibly one of the event’s most dramatic moments in its eight-year history. The home Team Aberdeen Singapore caught a huge gust near the finish line and plowed […]Read More Team Groupama Dismasted!
Despite the Americas Cup action being over, the Extreme 40’s, the fleet that started all of this ‘huff-luff’, is still at it. These cats may not have fixed wings or hydrofoils for that matter, but there is always a consistently good turnout and some high speed sailing to be had. Check out some highlights of […]Read More Extreme 40’s
….taking a look back at some of the highlights from this years action. Enjoy!Read More A Year in Review, Extreme 40’s
These are the highlights from act 8 in beautiful Rio De Janeiro. Torben Grael, skipper of Team Brasil and home town hero could not make it happen. Leigh Mcmillan of The Wave Muskat takes the double and probably has the best finishes for 2012. Great job, Team Muscat! I can’t wait to catch the action next year in Oman…….Read More Extreme 40’s Hit Brazil
Haven’t seen much from these guys lately, but the Extreme 40 Series is still going strong. The fleet saw some good action off of the southern coast of France this week, in the beautiful city of Nice. With a challenging start, a.k.a. crash, Team Edmonds de Rothschild had to make some repairs after day 2. The […]Read More Extreme 40’s, Niece
This is pretty much for those that enjoy a good sailboat race. Amazing acceleration!Read More Sailboat Racing
Although everyone is awestruck with mystique of the now famous winged AC 45’s, one shouldn’t forget what might have started all of this stadium sailing obsession, and that is the Extreme 40. Take a few minutes and catch up on what has been happening with these high speed catamarans. Brought to you by http://www.extremesailingseries.com/Read More Catamaran’s Without Wings
………and it appears the racing action is going to be tight a-top the leader board. In a light air battle, winning the start on the correct end of the line seems to pay a huge roll in such a short course. Enjoy Team Oman Air’s celebration as they stay in contention with only 3 of […]Read More Extreme 40’s Start Back Up…….
Let us not forget the Extreme 40’s which are almost considered the dinosaurs of stadium racing compared to the winged AC45. They still pack a punch when it comes high speed, adrenaline pumping action. And let’s not forget sailings very own Tiger Woods. Ben Ainslie returns to professional sailing in Singapore leaving the past (Perth) […]Read More Ainslie’s Return