Illustrated instructions for making tethers, single or double, rope or webbing, elastic or not. Also tips on making your own jacklines.
A discussion board and photo gallery for cruising sailors and wannabes focused on offshore safety gear.
In-the-water tests to determine towing characteristics, static tests to determine comfort and ease of use, and dynamic load tests of commonly used sailing harnesses and tethers. Prepared by The Sailing Foundation.
Detailed recommendations for installing and using jack stay, safety line, and harness from the governing body of U.S. racing.
Supports and rails can be attached together or independently, eliminating the need for custom replacement of damaged or worn handrails. Rails can be removed easily for replacement or varnishing.