A guide to superyacht sailing and rigging equipment
The impact that a luxury sailing yacht has when pulling into any port or marina is among just one of the many of the reasons that people fall in love with these stunning superyachts.
Standing as the most prominant and technical features aboard any sailing yacht are the sails, masts and rigging, requiring on-going care and technical know-how to maintain. Yachting Pages therefore offers a complete guide to sailing and rigging equipment for the beginner yachtsman, to ensure its on-going care and maintenance on board.
A well-designed sailing yacht is a thing of pure beauty, with guests and shore-side admirers alike quickly falling for their grace as they sail by. With good sail planning and regular maintenance, spectacular sails are ready to be unfurled and used to their full potential. Yachting Pages looks into the types, trends and traders of sailing and rigging equipment fit for a sailing superyacht.
Every yachtsman will know that no two superyacht rigs are ever quite the same, with each having its own rigging set up and complexities which hold the key to its performance. Yachting Pages investigates the different types of sailing yachts and their rigging set ups, defining the differences between standing and running rigging and uncovering the available components.
When sailing the world as yacht crew aboard a majestic sailing yacht, it’s important to ensure that all sails, masts and rigging are in good working order to avoid full-starts and catastrophes at sea. Yachting Pages relays tips for inspecting, servicing and maintaining sails, masts and standing rigging for safe sailing.
Whether your sailing superyacht owner elected for a sailing yacht to enjoy the seas as they were meant to be experience, for their classical romance, eco-friendly nature, or for regatta use, the sails are the vital and distinctive element of any sailing superyacht. Yachting Pages presents superyacht sail care tips as told by professional sail makers.