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Mainsail hoisting system by Colligo Marine

by Colligo Marine 6 Mar 08:47 PST
Mainsail hoisting system by Colligo Marine © Colligo Marine

Tired of climbing up on your boom to release the top car on your mainsail so you can cover it completely?

Well, this system allows you to decouple the top car from your mainsail easily, so you can automatically lower the sail to the boom for covering.

Made to interface with most batten car systems. Mark Washeim at One Sails - North Atlantic demonstrated a need and we developed the solution for him.

See more on the Seahorse System here

Check out how easy you can hoist and lower the sail to the boom.

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