Rigging and deck equipment. 5 accessories to have in 2024

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Much of what is installed aboard sailboats wears out over time, and sometimes-as technologies change and improve-it becomes more cost-effective to replace certain components rather than maintain them. Especially when we’re talking about rigging, but also when we’re talking about all the deck equipment useful for handling current rigging.If you’re looking for some solutions to lighten your boat, make it easier to use, and have new and safe accessories on board, you’ve come to the right place!


Rigging and deck equipment. Winch Racing Line – Antal

Winch Racing Line - Antal Rigging and deck equipment
Winch Racing Line – Antal

Introduced at the last Genoa Boat Show, Antal’s new winch is the result of the brand’s work on the latest generation Class 40s. In fact, the winch weighs half a kilogram less than the standard, while maintaining solidity and strength.


Carbon Rigging – LS Rigging

LS Rigging - Carbon Fiber Rigging
LS Rigging – Carbon Fiber Rigging

LS produces the first flexible carbon fiber shrouds. The advantages? Lightness, durability, improved strength and increased righting moment. The cables are T800 Torya carbon, can be rolled up, and are flexible.


Rigging and deck equipment – E-vang – Bamar

E-Vang - Bamar Rigging and deck equipment
E-Vang – Bamar

Bamar’s new E-Vang made of anodized aluminum and special steel is driven by an electric motor combined with
A planetary gearbox that reduces electrical absorption. It is equipped with a dynamometer pin that self-adjusts extension based on external stress and load. It is controlled from the on-board instruments or its display.


40QT Orbit Winch – Ronstan

Ronstan - Orbit Winch 40QT
Ronstan – Orbit Winch 40QT

Ronstan’s first line of winches includes winches with a smooth-surfaced aluminum drum with Power Ribs machining that improves line grip and reduces line wear, with a lower line entry on the drum.


FXE Code Sail – Facnor

The furler is installed in place of the manual furler and secured on deck or on the bowsprit with a quick-release carabiner For control, you can opt for the fixed version or the remote control version. Also included is a case with handle.

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