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Get your winter rig check with a great deal from NZ Rigging

by Sail-World on 16 Jun 2013
Richard "Bart" Bearda (centre) works with other NZ Rigging staff prior to the stepping of Beau Geste’s rig, for which NZ Rigging provided the running rigging. © Richard Gladwell www.photosport.co.nz

Winter is here, so if you are anywhere within reach of Auckland, why not take advantage of NZ Rigging's full four page Mast and Rigging inspection for the low price of $150.00* inc GST?

When was the last time your mast and rigging were checked? Do all your lights work? Is there damaged standing and running rigging? When did you have an inspection done last?

Our Riggers are braving the wind and the rain to make sure your mast and rigging is inspected from top to bottom, bow to stern. You get a full written report which you can use to start building a maintenance - service log. These are becoming more and more important, and more so if you have a insurance claim at any time.

NZ Rigging is a complete one stop shop, we have a full mast manufacturing factory for both alloy and carbon, a Full rigging - service shop at Pier 21 in Auckland, and a full mobile service van. So don't pay any more than you need to your next service and or mast - rigging job, use the one stop shop.

Contact us today to book in for your inspection:

email: info@nzrigging.com
phone: (09) 480 8090

* The quoted price is based on the boat been in the Auckland area, to our customers outside of the Auckland area talk to your friends, marina neighbours and contact us for a group booking.

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