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Ready to use light genoa halyard | Regatta

From: 85,28  TTC

“Ino-Rope’s choice:
Our Ino-Rope experts have selected à ready-to-use product for you, according to your navigation needs.

The lightest halyard on the market. Our light genoa halyard is the result of Ino-Rope’s research on Figaro sailboats in order to adapt it to their standard fittings. Its low elongation enables precise setting of the luff and its spliced Dyneema® rope finish protects it from chafing in the sheaves. Its messenger-line termination makes it easier to go through your sailboat’s mast.”

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Ready-to-use, easy to fit thanks to its messenger-line termination.Developed with Figaro Bénéteau racers to suit fittings on standard polyester running rigging, it is the lightest halyard on the market.
Heat-stretched core with optimised sampling and mixed cover.
Its spliced eye gives the rope extremity optimal resistance (a bowline knot reduces the breaking load by 50%).
The Dyneema® cover of the eye provides extra protection against chafing, abrasion in sheaves or other aggressive parts of your rigging. With its resistance and efficiency, this material extends your rope’s lifespan.The messenger line termination enables you to pass a messenger line through a mast or a boom safely.


Rope: Dyneema SK78® heat-stretched core. Cover: Dyneema® / polypropylene / Polyester.
Sewn Dyneema® double braid spliced eye.
Messenger line termination.
Supplied with a captive textile shackle made of a Dyneema® cover, or with a quick-release snap shackle.Several colours available (the selected colour will be the main colour of your product).
Spliced with care and expertise in our Ino-Rope workshops in France.

This product should only be used for the above-mentioned uses. Do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions.
The installer and user shall be held responsible for any incorrect use.