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Southern Spars specialises in the design and construction of carbon fibre spars and components, rigging, and rig servicing. As the industry pioneer, Southern Spars built its first carbon spar in 1990. Since then the company has continued to deliver world class cruising and racing spars, carbon rigging and service through innovations such as Element C6 hybrid rigging.

Latest Southern Spars news articles


Future Fibres seeks Senior Sales Manager
Future Fibres is seeking a Senior Sales Manager with a professional sailing background
Posted on 29 Jul
Future Fibres and RigPro make changes
Future Fibres and RigPro make changes in USA and Valencia to expand services
Posted on 24 Jul
Southern Spars: Bronenosec Sailing Team's new TP52
Southern Spars and Future Fibres working with Bronenosec Sailing Team
Posted on 28 Apr
Integrated NTG rig package is the top choice
Southern Spars are working hard to bring forward the delivery of a replacement mast for Proteus
Posted on 5 Mar
Cup orders push Southern Spars to recruit offshore
Top spar manufacturer, Southern Spars has bulging order books and is looking for skilled staff
Posted on 13 Feb
Future Fibres opens new facility in Valencia
Southern Spars rigging division, Future Fibres, is expanding and strengthening its management team.
Posted on 29 Nov 2018
RigPro expands and offers 24x7 emergency service
RigPro expands to more locations through a global franchise, introduce a 24/7 emergency response
Posted on 8 Oct 2018
Future Fibres to supply AC75 carbon rigging
Future Fibres to supply its new AEROrazr rigging to all teams competing in the 36th America's Cup
Posted on 29 Aug 2018
Southern Spars to partner with British Am Cup team
Southern Spars, has announced they will be supplying the rig to the newly formed INEOS TEAM UK.
Posted on 22 Aug 2018
Am Cup: Viaduct Holdings' plan is a Show-Stopper
Loss of waterfront superyacht facility could be the death march for the NZ marine industry
Posted on 1 Mar 2018