5 - Genoa sheet
Important rope characteristics for a genoa sheet are: low elongation, good grip, and flexibility. Grip end flexibility are particularly important for sailing yachts up to 36 ft, where there is still a lot of manual rope work. Larger sailing boats carry the genoa sheets on a winch and that makes that grip fibers are not important.
Low elongation is required for properly trimming your sail: when wind increases, the genoa should stay flat. For cruising yachts polyester ropes are a good choice. More demanding cruisers should go for ropes with less elongation. Ropes with Dyneema® or Stirotex® cores are in this case recommended.
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Cruiser 16SKU: PRR219Application: Sheet, Control line
Cruiser 16 is a double braided rope. Both core and cover are made of high quality 16 strands braided HT polyester. This rope is easy to splice, durable, flexible and easy to handle. Very good for sheets and control lines. Learn More
Cruiser 24 KmixSKU: PRR222Application: Sheet, Halyard
High quality polyester line double braided with grip fiber (Cordura). Core is 16 strands braided HT Polyester. Unique cover with a mix of HT Polyester and Cordura fiber, providing an unmatched grip, soft feel and durability. Specially developed for sheets and control lines. Learn More
S-CupSKU: PRR330Application: Halyard, Sheet, Control line
This high quality performance regatta rope, has a Stirotex grade 8 coated core and 24 braid HT Polyester cover. Features: Suitable for splicing and tapering, very low stretch, light weight, great durability, stronger than steel. Especially suitable for halyards Learn More
Top Cruiser KmixSKU: PRR522Application: Sheet, Control line
This top quality cruiser rope, has a 16 strand with a core of Dyneema® Sk78 fibers and & PPM, 24 plait mix HT Polyester / Cordura® cover. Features: Suitable for splicing, very low stretch, flexible, light weight, great durability. Excellent for sheets and halyards. Learn More