Rigging Diagram 2017-11-15T07:51:53+00:00

Rigging Diagram

Rigging Diagram

This helpful reference list has been compiled to help you fully understand the intricacies of rigging, spars, masts and booms. If you are still unsure about anything, contact us.

Discontinuous Rigging
Linked at each spreader.

Discontinuous Rigging is multiple cables/Stays that Terminate at Spreader Tip cups or terminals. The benefits include lower Aero Drag, decreased weight and Shorter Spans for lower stretch.

Continuous Rigging

Continuous rigging is a single Cable/Stay that spans from a Chainplate to a mast terminal, deflecting around or through a Spreader terminal. This allows all adjustments at deck level but at the expense of increase weight, aero Drag and long spans equal more stretch

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