Travellers

Travellers

Let's not get confused here(!). Traveller in UK English is a ring-like thing which goes along the bowsprit or mast. Traveler in US English is a horse in UK English! What we are talking about here are things which move along a mast or bowsprit.

  • Bowsprit Travellers - Hook - Galvanised Bowsprit Travellers - Hook - Galvanised

    This is the traditional pattern of bowsprit traveller with a hook for the sail tack.

  • Bowsprit Travellers - Plates - Galvanised Bowsprit Travellers - Plates - Galvanised

    This is a modified version of bowsprit traveller with plates to attach a furling gear. Bolting the furling gear into plates reduces the tendency for the furling line to snarl up.

  • Mast Travellers - bronze & stainless Mast Travellers - bronze & stainless

    For use on lug-rigged craft. The traveller keeps the yard under control while hoisting and lowering, or when reefed.

  • Bowsprit Travellers - Hook - Bronze Bowsprit Travellers - Hook - Bronze

    This is the traditional pattern of bowsprit traveller with a hook for the sail tack.

  • Bowsprit Travellers - Plates - Bronze Bowsprit Travellers - Plates - Bronze

    This is a modified version of bowsprit traveller with plates to attach a furling gear. Bolting the furling gear into plates reduces the tendency for the furling line to snarl up.

  • Bowsprit Travellers - Hook - Stainless Bowsprit Travellers - Hook - Stainless

    This is the traditional pattern of bowsprit traveller with a hook for the sail tack.

  • Bowsprit Travellers - Plates - Stainless Bowsprit Travellers - Plates - Stainless

    This is a modified version of bowsprit traveller with plates to attach a furling gear. Bolting the furling gear into plates reduces the tendency for the furling line to snarl up.