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Colligo Marine Tech - An engineered system

by Colligo Marine 16 Dec 2023 12:57 PST
Colligo Marine Tech - An engineered system © Colligo Marine

"Wire rope will be a 150-year anomaly in the history of sailing boat rigging." — Brion Toss

Our system

We are engineers and "engineer" our standing rigging systems. That includes the materials that we use. That is why Colligo Dux™ is the new standard in synthetic rigging. It is the safest standing rigging you can buy! It is fully inspectable and is sized for equivalent stretch to wire or rod.

Colligo Marine offers an elegant design for a new era in standing rigging. We specialize in - and indeed hold the patents for - many low-friction hardware items, and our blocks are some of the most useful and most popular. Learn more about our outstanding components that make our standing rigging the best.

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Our Shop

We recently updated our website! In doing so, we were able to make our shop easier to navigate for your convenience. Once on our website, look at the menu at the top of the page. Here you will find Standing Rigging, Furling Hardware, Mast and Deck Hardware, and Multihull.

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