When upgrading your boat’s deck hardware, make sure the replacement has a working load at least as high as the old gear and that the sheave size will fit your intended line.
The low-profile base can be installed just about anywhere on the deck. Gear such as strops, blocks or low-friction rings can easily be attached and switched out for different conditions or sail configurations. The toggle locks into the base, and cannot be removed under load.
Antal Barber Block
The cheek plate rotates for immediate line placement, and an adjustable screw can set it in a fully locked position.
Harken element blocks
The company designed the Element from the ground up to keep it within a price point for budget-conscious sailors. The result is a contemporary block that is extraordinarily durable, efficient — and wallet-friendly.
Ronstan Core Blocks
Ronstan Core blocks use a full-contact acetyl bearing on a polished stainless-steel race, which ensures low friction even under heavy loads.
Ronstan Series 200 Furler
With the Series 200 and 280, Ronstan has extended its range of continuous-line furlers for use on boats up to 82 feet. These furlers are ideal for handling asymmetric spinnakers, gennakers and code zeros.
Seldén Furlex Electric
The unit is available as a complete kit or as an upgrade kit for several existing Furlex models, and you can choose either an on-deck or through-deck installation.
Tides Marine sail track and slide
When installed, the mainsail will rise easily and drop the instant the halyard is released.