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Leading Experts in Super Yacht and Sailboat Rigging Services

Get the best performance and safety with Southampton's top rigging specialists. Our services ensure your boat sails smoothly and reliably.

Standing Rigging

We are experts in standing rigging, the main support for sailboats. We offer a variety of options to meet different sailing needs.

This includes : 

  • Wire Rigging: Traditional stainless steel wire rigging is strong and durable, suitable for many sailing vessels. This type of rigging is essential for maintaining the integrity and safety of your yacht's mast and sails.

  • Rod Rigging: High-strength metal rods, like Nitronic or Dyform, provide a great strength-to-weight ratio, ideal for high-performance yachts. These rods are crucial for competitive sailing, where every ounce counts.

  • Dyform Rigging: An improved version of wire rigging, Dyform offers more strength and flexibility with its compact strand construction, perfect for high load uses. Dyform rigging is vital for handling the extreme forces experienced during heavy winds and rough seas.

  • Composite Rigging: Using materials like carbon fibers, composite rigging is lighter, resists corrosion, and reduces wind drag, popular with racing and tech-focused sailors. This type of rigging helps optimize performance by minimizing weight and maximizing strength.

  • Kevlar Rigging: Lightweight and low-stretch, Kevlar rigging uses strong synthetic fibers, common in racing and high-performance sailing. Kevlar is key for maintaining tension and reducing stretch, crucial for precise sail control.

  • Synthetic Rigging (e.g., PBO, Dyneema): Made from high-strength synthetic fibers like PBO or Dyneema, this rigging is lightweight, low-stretch, and resists corrosion, suitable for both racing and cruising yachts. Synthetic rigging is important for its durability and resistance to harsh marine environments.

Running Rigging

Enhance your sailing experience with our custom running rigging services. Our services improve sail handling and navigation, ensuring your running rigging works flawlessly.

Running rigging includes essential parts like:

  • Halyards

  • Sheets

  • Control Lines

These parts are crucial for controlling sails and maneuvering your yacht precisely. Our experts carefully inspect your running rigging.

Our inspections identify:

  • Signs of wear

  • Chafe

  • Fatigue in rigging parts

We focus on proactive maintenance, offering expert replacements and upgrades with high-quality materials. This ensures your running rigging stays reliable and performs well for a long time, giving you peace of mind on the water.

Whether you love racing or relaxing, we customize your running rigging to fit your needs. Our strong, expertly crafted rigging ensures smooth sailing every time.

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Optimizing Your Sailboat Rigging: Regular Checks and Replacements

Beyond installation, we ensure top performance with regular rig maintenance. Our approach ensures your rigging systems work smoothly.

Trust us with your needs and enjoy:


  • Longer rigging life

  • Better safety

  • Top functionality wherever you sail


Our team conducts detailed evaluations of your standing rigging parts. Our inspections find worn, corroded, or tired parts before they affect your yacht's mast and rigging reliability. Regular replacements keep your rigging in peak condition and maintain safety standards.

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Professional Inspection and Maintenance Services

Don't risk poor performance or safety issues. Our inspections find any wear and tear early, keeping your rigging in top shape. Sail without worry! Get your rigging service today for professional inspection and maintenance.


Sail confidently knowing your yacht has the best rigging solutions, crafted to deliver great results every time you sail.

With our experience and commitment to quality, we keep your rigging in top condition.

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