10 - Cunningham
There are typically two different situations:
1) Control lines that runs through blocks, with a gear ratio (e.g. 1:4) damping the effect of rope tension and elongation on sail trim. Here good grip, some flexibility are most important. The outhaul needs to be easy to manually handle.
2) Lines in systems, often taking the total load (so without gear). These lines should have higher strength and low elongation to ensure good a sail trim. The sail stays flat with increasing winds. Recreational sailors can use polyester.
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Eco CruiserSKU: PRR225
Application: Halyard, Sheet, Control line
The Eco Cruiser is the shining result of our continuous development efforts combined with our sustainability goals. This rope is completely made from recycled plastics. An all-round braided rope from rPet yarns. It is a complete and balanced rope and can therefore be used for various applications. For example, halyards and sheets, but in the thinner diameters also extremely suitable as a trim line.Learn More€1.75 €1.45
Dinghy Race GripSKU: PRR417Application: Sheet, Control line
This rope is a single braid 16 strands mix from Dyneema SK78 and Cordura. High performance rope specially made for control lines and dinghy sheets. Provides superior grip, low elongation, high strength, very soft and does not knick. Also known as swiftcord. Learn More€2.00 €1.65