Blocks

Blocks

Blocks in ash, elm, bronze & tufnol. For some thoughts on how to work with blocks and rope, see here.

  • Tufnol Cheek Blocks Tufnol Cheek Blocks

    This pattern of cheek block is useful for secondary running rigging such as reefing lines and topping lifts.

  • Tufnol Blocks - swivel end Tufnol Blocks - swivel end

    The same construction as the bow end blocks, but with a swivel shackle. PEASE NOTE Our Tufnol Block size description differs from the manufacturers description described elsewhere in that it represents the maximum size of rope 'Classic Marine' recommend to avoid rope friction and chafing on the cheeks. Sheave sizes are the best way to check 'like for like' when trying to match blocks. See here for their specifications.

  • Tufnol Blocks - bow end Tufnol Blocks - bow end

    A low-maintenance alternative to wooden blocks. These have fixed bindings. PEASE NOTE Tufnol Block size description differs from the manufacturers description described elsewhere in that it represents the maximum size of rope 'Classic Marine' recommend to avoid rope friction and chafing on the cheeks. Sheave sizes are the best way to check 'like for like' when trying to match blocks. See here for their configuration and specifications.

  • Sheaves Sheaves

    Sheaves for both rope and wire. See here for their specifications.

  • Ash Blocks with Stainless bindings Ash Blocks with Stainless bindings

    These varnished blocks look good, and are strong and light with stainless steel bindings & tufnol sheaves. They are simple to dismantle and maintain.See herefor specifications

  • Bronze Blocks Bronze Blocks

    Stamped or Cast these are really nice blocks.

  • Tufnol Wire Rope Blocks Tufnol Wire Rope Blocks