Spinnaker Launching Bag: Pro
Measures: Fore and aft: 25" Side to side: 25" Depth: 30"
All mesh design. We made this nice and deep so you can stuff the spinnaker down and it does not start to blow back out. Slight taper at the bottom and battens on all four sides of the opening. Large race instruction pouch/window with Dacron backing to keep a wet spinnaker from getting papers wet. Has slots inside the pocket for pencils/pens.
Two side mesh pockets with Velcro flaps securely keeps your VHF safe and within reach. Spring loaded durable bronze hanks. (not included, try small 1/8" Amsteel Blue. It's slippery and allows the bag to easily slide).
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APS Spinnaker Launching Bag: Basic
Measures: ore and Aft: 25", Side to Side: 30", Depth: 18"
We've tweaked our always-popular Spinnaker Launching Bag to make it even better! It's now larger (Approximate measurements: F, has battens on all four sides of the opening, a velcro halyard keeper strap, and a larger race instructions pouch in addition to the full mesh bottom for drainage. Designed to ride on two taught, low-stretch line "rails" (not included, try small diameter Excel Pro, Excel Vectran or Yale Crystalyne) on the cabin headliner, inside the companionway of the J/22 and J/24, but our customers are using these on all kinds of small to medium keelboats.
Designed to prevent accidental spinnaker launches when sailing upwind and to keep the halyard from fouling during tacks. Plus, it automatically release when you're hoisting, so it's one less than to worry about going around the top mark.
Made of high quality Nylon with UV inhibitor for durability. Nylon attachment line included.
Works best with lines from 5/32 (4mm) to 3/8 (9mm). We have found that it works best with stripped line because covered line is too rigid. For covered line we only recommend it up to 5/16".
This double function Velcro keeper is great for securing your spinnaker
halyard before and between hoists. While going to weather, “lock” the halyard in place by Velcroing the keeper around itself. Just prior to setting the kite, Velcro the keeper flat and the halyard will pull free during the hoist. Tie it to your life line, launching bag or companionway.
Available in two dimensions. 1" wide or 1-1/2" wide.
Holt Allen makes these two very unique racing snatch blocks. Excellent for
spinnaker twings. Lightweight - 1 ounce and 3.35 ounces
respectively. Conveniently snap around your spin sheet. Acetal resin ball
bearing sheaves with fiberglass filled nylon cheeks and grade 316 stainless
Selden spinnaker pole fittings are made to fit Selden dinghy spinnaker poles. Pole adapters attach the pole end to the pole. The stainless steel lift eye attaches directly to the pole and the pole lift eye strop supports the pole to the topping lift. Pole ramp makes for a fast setting and take down.
32 mm pole adaptor
39 mm pole adaptor
Spin Pole Mast Ring
Eye Assembly Jibstick
Stainless steel lift eye
Pole center cleat
Pole lift eye strop for 39 mm pole with 1 x attachment eye
Mounted at the spinnaker halyard exit on dinghies to hold the head of the spinnaker up and away from the mast for cleaner air. Welded electro-polished stainless steel. Inside diameter of eye is 7/16 inch.
Slide one of these on the spinnaker pole and tie it in the middle of your trip line. When used the Trip Grip quickly opens pole ends. SS1623 is for 1 inch (outside diameter) poles and the SS1625 is for 1-1/4 inch poles.
Holt Allen makes these for the uphaul/downhaul of spinnaker poles. The HA357 Pole ramp makes for fast setting and lowering (push straight out to set, twist through 90 degrees and withdraw to lower)and is 5/8 inch high by 6 inches long. The HA257 is a spinnaker pole cleat that is 4-1/4 inches long. Molded construction.
Ronstan makes these hooks out of grade 304 stainless steel with neoprene rubber gates. The RF91 features a 1/4 inch bolt through attachment. Both hooks include two stainless steel self-tapping screws. RF17031 is the replacement rubber gate.
To differentiate Port version (218) from Starboard (217) visualize using it to cleat a line lead aft, so that the cleat is facing forward. The Port version (218) is open to port, or left if you're standing behind the cleat, and the Starboard version (217) is open to starboard, or right if you're standing behind the cleat.