Marine Rope -Double Braid Rope 10mm Blue -Pre-Cut 5M, 10M or 15M

$ 19.95$ 59.95

Marine Rope -Double Braid Rope -10mm

BLUE

Select 5m, 10m or 15m pre-cut lengths

Product Information

Marine Rope -10mm

BLUE

Other colours also available:

  • Solid Black
  • Solid White
  • Solid Red
  • White with Black Fleck
  • White with Red Fleck
  • White with Blue Fleck

-Double braid rope is the most commonly used rope in sailing consisting of a braided core and a braided outer or "jacket". This creates a strong and durable rope for sailing & marine uses.

Features:

  • Breaking Load: 10mm = 2000kg
  • Easy to splice
  • 100% UV resistant polyester
  • high strength polyester core
  • hard wearing polyester braided cover
  • washable
  • colour brilliance lasts long

A double braid rope, also known as a yacht braid or marine rope, is a type of rope commonly used in sailing and other marine applications. It is called "double braid" because it consists of a braided core and a braided outer or "jacket", creating a strong and durable rope with distinct characteristics. Here are some key features and uses of double braid rope in sailing:

Handling:

  • Double braid ropes are easy to handle and work with due to their soft and supple construction. This makes them ideal for tasks that require knot tying, splicing, and coiling.

Strength and Durability:

  • Double braid ropes are known for their strength and durability. The two layers of braiding provide added strength and make them resistant to abrasion and wear, which is crucial for withstanding the harsh conditions of the sea.

Resistance to UV and Moisture:

  • Double braid ropes are commonly made of polyester fibres that resist UV radiation and moisture, which are common environmental factors in a marine setting. This helps prevent degradation of the rope over time.

Load-Bearing Capacity:

  • Double braid ropes come in various sizes and strengths to accommodate different loads on a sailing vessel. The specific rope size is dependent on the size of the boat and the use to which it will be put such as halyards, sheets, and control lines.

Sailing Applications:

  • Double braid ropes have a wide range of applications in sailing, including:

Halyards:

  • Used to raise and lower sails, such as the mainsail and jib.

Sheets:

  • Control lines that adjust the angle and tension of sails, like the genoa or spinnaker sheets.

Control Lines:

  • These lines are used for various sail controls, such as the boom vang, cunningham, and outhaul.

Dock Lines:

  • Double braid ropes are also commonly used for securing a boat to a dock or mooring -use 8mm to 12mm for ease of handle

Safety:

  • The reliability and strength of double braid ropes are crucial for the safety of the crew and the vessel. A failure in a critical line can have serious consequences.

Color Coding:

  • Different colors are often used for various purposes, making it easier for sailors to identify and manage their lines quickly.

 

Overall, double braid rope is a versatile and essential component of a sailor's toolkit, serving various purposes in ensuring the efficient and safe operation of a sailing vessel.

Choosing the right type and size of double braid rope is essential to match the specific requirements of each sailing application.