9 - Cunningham
Depending on the yacht, you can distinguish 2 different situations: 1) Control lines which runs trough 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 important (easy to manually handle). 2) Lines used in systems, often taking the total load (so without gear). These lines should have high strength low elongation (e.g. Dyneema®/ D-core) to ensure good a sail trim: sail stays flat with increasing winds. Cruising yachts can use polyester, Regatta yachts should use Dyneema®.
Application: Halyard, Sheet, Control lineLearn More
This is an high-performance regatta rope and has a core of coated Stirotex fibers. The Technora/polyester cover is suitable for big winches and works very well in clutches. This rope is suitable for splicing and tapering.
D-CupSKU: PRR430Application: Halyard, Sheet, Control line
This top quality high performance regatta rope, has a core made of coated Dyneema® SK78 fibers and 24 braid HT Polyester cover. Features: Suitable for splicing and tapering, very low stretch, light weight, great durability. Excellent for halyards. 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