Pillar Cleats

Pillar Cleats

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 diameterJamming cleats (any type) the right size for the line used.

  • Davey Pillar Cleats Bronze Davey Pillar Cleats Bronze

    For these we collected every cleat of this style, discarded the features we didn't like, and incorporated those we did. We think that results in a chunky, effective cleat, and hope you agree. The 3" has a closed base, all the larger cleats have an open base.

  • Davey Clyde Cleats Davey Clyde Cleats

    The suggested lengths are listed with each size, and within reason you can have what you like since we don't supply the wood that goes with them. Please note also that the little lugs on the underside of the bar should - as in the picture - face outwards. The reason for this is that if a line is surged fast around the cleat, it won't saw the end of the cleat off. Too many versions of this product don't have the lugs at all.

  • Wide Base Cleats Wide Base Cleats

    A good general purpose cleat, which suits most styles of craft in most applications.

  • Teak cleats Teak cleats

    The teak ones are a bit more "yachty" than the ash cleats. They come with small holes drilled in them, which you ought to make bigger.

  • Ash cleats Ash cleats

    The ash, are of the chunky style, supplied without fastening holes, so you can make them fit the space where the last one fell off.