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Parrel bead made from ash
Made from turned ash wood, oval wood sphericals to make a parrel line for sails and gaffs. They can be strung onto a parrel line. Unfinished. To protect them, the parrel beads should be soaked in linseed or wood oil. Variations in the...
Half moon made from ash
Made from ash wood. On flat-bottomed boats, half-moons serve to raise the mainsail throat with help from the halyard on downwind courses. The half moon is attached to the lower parrel line between the parrel beads, then the halyard is...
Mast hoops ashwood varnished
The luff of a traditional (gaff) sail may be lashed to the mast with mast hoops (mast rings). Traditional rings made from steam-bent ashwood, manufactured from a traditional danish shipyard. Thin varnish layer. With stainless steel lock...
Beechwood mast hoop untreated
The luff of a (gaff rigged) main sail is lashed to the mast with these wooden mast hoops. Traditional rings made from cold-bent beech-wood with long, overlapping openings, locked by stainless steel bolts. Suggestion for size...
Bronze mast traveller
Ring for lugger rigging, to hoist the yard (gaff). Beautiful simple bronze fitting, welded, cleanly sewn by hand with leather. The halyard suspension is constructed in such a way that the ring stays approximately horizontal under load...
Mast hoops ashwood, steamed and oil treated
Traditional mast hoops for bending the luff of a gaff sail on the mast. Made on an English boat yard from steamed ash wood ledges in layers, hot bent and oiled. Because the hoops come not glued, but only temporarily secured with a bolt,...