We can also fabricate stemhead fittings and anchor stowages in the custom fittings section
Now I reckon most of these are bought by guilty crew members who have just dropped the last one over the side.
The application of each type is explained later.
It is hard to exaggerate the impact that a prismatic decklight has on the interior of a boat. All dimensions refer to the size of the glass. Replacement glass can be bought seperately on request.
If anyone can think of anything interesting to say about eyebolts, I'd be glad to hear it.
The ones we list in this section are for mooring lines etc. Fairleads for running rigging are listed in here
Or ensign staff sockets if you prefer.
This is a selection of the various hinges, catches and locks for hatches, skylights and companionway doors.
Good ventilation will help avoid musty smells, and do much to avoid rot in a wooden boat. We have dome (also known as mushroom vents), shell and cowl vents available.
From the guardrails which keep you from falling over the side, to rope handrails to hold onto on the stairs.
A good range here, but how big should they be? Try this as a start point:Main mooring cleats, 3 to 4% of boat lengthSpring cleats - 2 to 3% of boat length Halyard cleats 15 to 20 times the rope diameter Jamming cleats (any type) the right size for the line used.
A good selection of bronze winches here, shortly to be joined by another popular range. For a winch selection guide see here
Schaefer manufacturers a wide variety of deck hardware from cam cleats, investment cast padeyes, welded padeyes, stanchions, eyestraps, cleats, chocks and more. We use only the finest aluminum and Stainless Steel available and every piece is engineered to work well and reliably for years of trouble free service.