Sheets are among the most important lines on board when sailing. You need the sheet lines on your trip to operate the sails. We offer the right cordage for every purpose in our range. For example, you can get high-quality sailing sheets with an innovative Dyneema core and polyester sheathing from us. This rope, which is popular with regatta sailors, has a low stretch and is particularly abrasion-resistant.
For dinghy sailors who like to sail on calmer waters, more supple sheets are available in smaller dimensions. The sheet lines meet the highest quality requirements and thus ensure a lot of safety when sailing.
The sheets are needed for the alignment of the boat when sailing
The sheet lines always bear the name of the sail to which they are attached. Therefore, for a mainsail you need a mainsheet and for a jib sail you need what is known as a foresheet. Often a sail is also operated with two sheets. To distinguish between them, we then speak of the port or starboard sheet. With our high-quality sheet lines, hauling tight or furling is child's play. Aligning the boat with the sail sheets, the so-called trim, is possible without any problems and you always have the optimum angle of attack to the wind when sailing.
We always have the right ropes for sailing in wind and weather
No matter whether you are a dinghy, touring or regatta sailor: the sailing sheets must always be smooth-running and, above all, stable, even with constant trimming. The core and sheathing of the sheet lines in our range are made of high-quality processed polyester. The synthetic material is tightly braided and has a smooth surface that nevertheless has a good grip. The sheets have a high abrasion resistance, are relatively break-resistant and have only a low stretching capacity. The sail sheets are ideally suited for use with winches, shackles, rope clamps and other fastenings.