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Harken Small Boat Furling


Harken offers a variety of furling systems to safely tame soft-luff sails from the cockpit. Small Boat and Code Zero units are for furling only, not for reefing.

Harken Furling System

Harken Small Boat Furling System

Harken Small Boat Furler allows the trailerable cruising or dinghy sailor to set and furl the jib from the cockpit. Drums and halyard swivels features multiple stacked races of Delrin or Torlon bearings for smooth rotation under load. Small Boat units are made for furling only, not for reefing. There is also an optional hoistable ball bearing halyard swivel that can be installed to the headstay so the sail can be used without removing the headstay.

Harken Small Boat Underdeck Furling Units

Harken Small Boat Underdeck Furler is ideal for sailors who have sportboats and daysailers from 16 to 30 ft. The drum is located beneath the deck, its job is to lower the tack height for the maximized sail area. The single through-deck ball joint provides a low-profile, a nearly watertight system that aligns the spool to the headstay. Like all small boat furlers, the underdeck furler is just for furling only, not for reefing.

Harken ESP Jib Reefing and Furling Units

The Harken Sailboat ESP Furler is designed for the cruiser who wants an easy-to assemble furler. You can install the ESP furler and trim from the cockpit when the wind is blowing strong. Then unfurl for light winds instead of motoring to enjoy a day of sailing. To make assembly even easier, Harken offers top foils in five precut lengths to avoid using a hacksaw.

Harken MKIV Genoa Furling Units

HHarken MKIV Genoa Furling Systems are heavy-duty, lightweight, and aerodynamic. Built for longevity, ease-of-use, and simplicity of installation are crucial components of the design. These free-rolling furlers are great in headsail control by allowing racers and cruisers to quickly furl and reef from the cockpit, while maintaining great sail shape and optimal speed.

Harken's MKIV Underdeck Furling is perfect for the different racing and cruising sailors who need an aerodynamic system with a minimal amount of equipment above deck. The drum is placed beneath the deck, and lowers the tack height for maximized sail area.

Harken Staysails and Gennaker Furlers

Harken Furled Staysails are made to be easy to hoist, rolled, deployed, or doused from the cockpit. In marginal weather conditions the sail can be struck instantly without changing the trim of the boat. Multiple stacked races of Torlon® ball bearings ensure smooth operation under load.

Harken Gennaker Furling was created for large single-handed boats and huge oceangoing multihulls. The drum unit features a fairlead, while the upper swivel is designed for direct halyard attachment.

Screecher furling systems on used on multihulls up to 32 ft. (9.60 m) and easily driven sport boats. Perfect for jib reaching, screechers are set on the bowsprit. They are often carried upwind in light to moderate conditions, and used as storm spinnakers when its blowing.

Harken Code Zero Furling

Originally built for Volvo 60s, Harken Code Zero Furlers are used with free-flying asymmetrical headsails and staysails. Suitable for boats up to 21 m (70 ft.), they can handle Code Zero sails, screechers, gennakers, and staysails. The eight-faceted sheave-drive grips line aggressively to furl huge sails with minimal line. The arms open to remove the line for quick unfurling or strike the furler. A built-in stripper safely guides line out of the furler. The lower unit incorporates a quick sail disconnect by pushing a spring-loaded button.

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