Harken Mainsail Handling Battcar System - Overview
Harken Battcar System is a simple, low-cost solution to a problem that seems bigger than it is. Battcars let you raise, lower, and reef at any wind angle while enjoying efficient sail shape underway. Adding a Harken Lazy Jack to your system makes dropping and reefing the sail even easier by gathering the mainsail on the boom.
Tame your main - Handling a big mainsail? Wrestling a flogging main
onto the boom? Raising the genoa, but not the main
when it’s windy? Sailing solo?
A Harken Battcar System along with full-length
battens helps raise, douse, and reef with ease and
acts as extra crew if you’re sailing shorthanded.
Battcar systems outperform in-mast or in-boom
furling, cost less, and you don’t need to
recut your sail.
1. Quick Sail Removal - Cars and sails slide off the track by removing the screwpi
endstop - no tools needed.
A basic in-boom or in-mast furling system costs 4 to 6 times as much as a top-of-the-line Battcar system. With ball bearing Battcars, you don't need a new boom, running rigging, mast, mainsail, or professional installation. The system is so free of friction that you'll never need an electric winch as long as you can hoist the weight of the sail.
Proven reliability: Battcars have a simple, robust design that withstands years of extreme mainsail loads. Top solo circumnavigators trust these systems to take them around the world.
Sail efficiency: In-boom and in-mast furlers generally require smaller and flatter custom-designed sails so they can roll properly. Battcars let you keep the performance of your existing sail.
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