Top down furling is the new revolution that makes flying the big sails a much more achievable task. However, nothing is just push a button and ‘bang’ there’s your spinnaker. Although this system makes it much more viable to fly a spinnaker there is still a learning curve. This system is all about set up […]Read More A Deeper Look at Top Down/ Spinnaker Furlers
So are you sick of your jib flogging around when you turn the boat down wind? Do you dread heading down wind because you know the boat’s performance will drastically suffer? Somehow the thought of the spinnaker is always nice, but when it really comes down to it, MAN that’s a lot of work! Not […]Read More Cruisers Can Fly Spinnakers Too!
The sailboat block (commonly referred to as a pulley) is used to turn a line or wire as well as to facilitate a purchase. The parts of a block, in simple terms, consist of the following: a sheave for the line to run on a sheave pin or axle for the sheave to spin on a strap or […]Read More Blocks
Well folks, apparently the last one was such a success that they’re doing it again. U.S. Yacht Shows proudly presents, the second annual Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show 2013. The event will be held in Annapolis’ historical downtown, City Dock. The Annapolis Fall boat show, has helped to build the town’s reputation for hosting the largest boat show in the […]Read More The Annapolis Spring Boat Show Lives On!
Take a look at the new HR 412 presented by Yachting Monthly. I love the below deck furler allowing for a deck sweeping headsail, sporty! This is a beautiful boat featuring some of the latest and greatest rigging technology. Check it out.Read More The New Hallberg Rassy