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Order Custom Rigging

You want to replace a stay, shroud or your complete standing rigging? Quickly check the cost and order online. 

You will need the following information:
1. Type of wire rope and diameter 
2. Length
3. Type of fittings
4. Type of rigging screws

You need any help? Please mail or call us +31 20 4196412 

Type of wire rope

Choose which type of wire rope you need. By far most yacht carry 1x19 steel wire. If you do not know which type of wire you have, almost certainly it will be 1x19 wire. Below you can find the various types of wire: 

Choose now your wire rope

steel wire 1x19   Steel wire Dyform 1x19 Compact Strand   steel wire 1x7

All round rigging 



Regatta rigging                          

1x19 Compact Strand


Regatta - dinghy XS - rigging  

1x7 Compact Strand (up to 4mm)

 Apart from the these steel wires we also offer ROD rigging. Rod rigging is used for racing and large yachts. For rod rigging please contact us


Take the total length of the whole system, measured from heart to heart. We make the stays exactly to the millimetre of the supplied lengths. Is the new stay equipped with an rigging screw, we deliver it with the rigging screw half way in. That way there is enough space to tune the rig both ways.

To avoid confusion, how we measure is explained below:

Type of fittings:
How are the stays attached to the mast? Rigging may consist of several types of fittings such as T-Terminals (also called hook terminals), stemball, fork and eye terminals. Check for all available terminals and detailed information on terminals. 

Important with T-terminals is that they fit exactly in the so-called "backing plates" of the mast. Therefore if possible pick the same brand as the old ones. 

Rigging screws
Rigging screws are divided into two main categories: aluminum-bronze chrome open house rigging screws and stainless steel rigging screws with a closed body. For a overview check rigging screws.

The aluminium bronze chrome open house rigging screws have finer UNF thread and the stainless steel stud will run smoother in the aluminium bronze body. These rigging screws typically have a toggle at the bottom so that, under dynamic loading the system is self-aligning. These characteristics will significantly increases the lifespan.
The stainless steel rigging screws with metric threads and without an aligning toggle, are a more economic option. However the stainless steel stud with metric thread in a stainless steel tensioner body is considerably more susceptible to seizing up. In the most extreme case, threaded stud and rigging screw body are (cold)welding together and loosening is no longer possible.
For smaller yachts there is the compromise option of a stainless steel rigging screw with toggle and UNF thread. The self-aligning toggle prefends kinks and the finer UNF thread is less susceptible to seizing up.

It is important to carefully check the thread in your current rigging screws. Is the thread still good? It is often possible to re-use the rigging screws again and save significantly in the total price for new rigging.

Premiumropes has a specific rigging table, precise and specified swaging equipment and the experience to guarantee the required accuracy!

If you would like advice from one of our riggers do not hesistate to contact us