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  • Spinnaker Snuffer > Custom made to suit all spinnaker sizes> Low friction moulded bell mouth> High-tech light weight Nylon mesh> Separate control lines pocket > Top stainless wire strop> Head swivel > Pulleys for the up and down line> Colours : White, Gray, Red, Blue> Two year warranty Custom madespinnaker sleeve. The snuffer...

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Spinnaker Snuffer

Spinnaker Sleeve

Spinnaker snuffer can be used for easy hoisting and dropping of spinnakers. The spinnaker is hoisted inside the sock and ready to be used. You will be able to use the sail in stronger winds, because you handle easily the spinnaker. The Spinnaker Sleeve gives you the confidence to sail in all conditions. Spinnaker sock is a device that allows you to use standard symmetrical spinnakers, asymmetrical spinnakers, cruising spinnaker. Our custom sock is sold with complete hardware and ready to sail. Spinnaker sock should be approximately 50cm shorter than the luff on a symmetrical spinnaker and the same length as the leech of a asymmetrical spinnaker. The spinnaker sleeve is very useful for small number of crew . It is used worldwide by short-handed crews, from the single handed around-the-world cruising to local coastal sailing.

Spinnaker Sleeve

Spinnaker snuffer can be used for easy hoisting and dropping of spinnakers. The spinnaker is hoisted inside the sock and ready to be used. You will be able to use the sail in stronger winds, because you handle easily the spinnaker. The Spinnaker Sleeve gives you the confidence to sail in all conditions. Spinnaker sock is a device that allows you to use standard symmetrical spinnakers, asymmetrical spinnakers, cruising spinnaker. Our custom sock is sold with complete hardware and ready to sail. Spinnaker sock should be approximately 50cm shorter than the luff on a symmetrical spinnaker and the same length as the leech of a asymmetrical spinnaker. The spinnaker sleeve is very useful for small number of crew . It is used worldwide by short-handed crews, from the single handed around-the-world cruising to local coastal sailing.

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