Masts are the center of the Offshore Spars’ product line. As an integral part of any sailboat, each mast we build is engineered and built to suit the client’s needs. While carbon fiber masts are now standard throughout the industry, aluminum masts are still available.
From club racing to the grand prix competition the mast requires special attention. As a part of a racing team Offshore Spars understands that weight and windage must be accounted for in the design and engineering stages. Internal and external details are meticulously engineered for the maximum performance with no compromise to strength.
Hardware development and selection are important in any racing program. Offshore Spars’ engineers have designed a complete line of halyard locks to eliminate halyard stretch and thereby increasing performance while reducing weight.
Offshore Spars works in cooperation with all the specialized rigging companies so whether it be rod or composite rigging Offshore Spars is able to equip our masts with the best rigging solution to meet the client’s budget.
All projects are closely coordinated with the customer’s sailmaker.
Whether your yacht is built for long passages or day sailing, the mast must be safe and reliable. At Offshore Spars, years of experience have proven that a conservative approach in planning, in addition to highly durable and simply functioning details, produces the finest product. We understand that every component of a cruising yacht must be stronger than any weather it finds.
Beyond safety, Offshore designs simple solutions to sail handling. Park Avenue booms, furling booms, halyard adjustors, reefing systems and many other features contribute to a package that allows you to maximize your time on the water focusing on the most important feature; enjoying sailing.
The finish of a mast compliments the yachts appearance. Only the highest quality coatings and polished hardware are used at Offshore Spars. In keeping with our attention to every detail, our masts carry unique touches that set them apart in any harbor in the world.