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NZ Rigging offers a Boat Show special - be in now!

by Sail-World on 27 Sep 2012
The top 52fter Georgia being rigged by NZ Rigging. Nigel Price

In the market for new Halyards, Sheets and Control Lines? Measure up what you need and come and see Richard (Bart) Bearda and the crew at NZ Rigging on stand 323 at the Boat Show. They have some amazing prices on cut lengths of rope.

NZ Rigging can also splice and supply new clips and shackles as required. If you want to reuse your current clips and shackle, bring them along and NZ Rigging can splice them on for you, either during the show or they will freight the completed items back to you at our cost. If NZ Rigging don't have what you want on stand at the boat show they will arrange to have it shipped to you after the boat-show.

Do you need new rigging? Come and see Richard and the NZ Rigging crew and discuss the options that work for you.

For out of town visitors, bring your Rigging in with you and they will do their level best to have your replacement rigging ready for you to take back with you.

With the Summer Season and the Coastal Classic just around the corner, get down to your boat this week, and bring your shopping list to the Auckland on the Water Boat Show.

Angus and Spot from Ronstan will be over from Australia with some great specials, so call in and talk to them about your hardware and Anderson Winch options.

Make sure you call in to Stand 323 and see the team at NZ Rigging to discuss all your mast and rigging requirements.

If you can't make it to the show and want to take up this great offer, Email Bart Bart@nzrigging.com during the show, and we will get the rope shipped to you on Monday.
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