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T h e ya c h t m a s t r a n ge DINGHIESKEELBOATSYACHTS Seldén Mast AB, Sweden Tel +46 (0)31 69 69 00 Fax +46 (0)31 29 71 37 e-mail The Seldén Group is the world’s leading manufacturer of masts and rigging systems in carbon and aluminium for dinghies, keelboats and yachts. Seldén Mast Limited, UK Tel +44 (0)1489 48 40 00 Fax +44 (0)1489 48 74 87 e-mail Seldén Mast Inc., USA Tel +1 843-760-6278 Fax +1 843-760-1220 e-mail Seldén Mast A/S, DK Tel +45 39 18 44 00 Fax +45 39 27 17 00 e-mail The Group consists of Seldén Mast AB in Sweden, Seldén Mast A/S in Denmark, Seldén Mast Ltd in the UK, Seldén Mid Europe B.V. in the Netherlands and Seldén Mast Inc in the USA. Our well known brands are Seldén and Furlex. The worldwide success of Furlex has enabled us to build a network of over 750 authorised dealers covering the world’s marine markets. So wherever you sail, Printed in Sweden. Boab Tryckeri AB. Dealer: spare parts and know-how. scp. göteborg you can be sure of fast access to our service, 595-822-E / 2004-09-16 Seldén Mid Europe B.V., NL Tel +31 (0) 111-698 120 Fax +31 (0) 111-698 130 e-mail

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Long, stiff and loaded Modern sailcloth and sail design call for longitudinal stability. Most rating systems call for rigs without running backstays. Seldén's mast sections have a distinct fore- and-aft elongation, which makes for higher forestay load and a mast section that interacts with the mainsail. This means greater performance and the true ability for top speed. In short, we do everything to give yachtsmen a real sailing advantage.

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haul, Cunningham, etc.) are transferred As the mainsail is designed according to the expected curve of the mast, a longi- tudinally stiff mast allows for less luff curve of the sail. Instead, this sail area can be added to the roach of the sail, where it is subjected to the wind and more efficient. The longitudinal rigidity of the mast section makes for higher forestay load created by tensioning the backstay. Running backstays can often be avoided. The risk for mast pumping It goes without saying that efficient sailing provides benefits not only for the racing sailor, but is also a safety...

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We l l p re p a re d Seldén’s mast section is prepared for sail slides, MDS (Multi Directional Support) full batten cars, cable running, and efficient trimming. The luff groove accepts normal sail slides, but most importantly it is prepared with guide flanges for the Seldén MDS full batten car system. All Seldén masts come ready fitted with closed twin cable conduits. This enables all cables to run well protected from all running rigging, thereby eliminating Mast fitted with twin cable conduits and MDS full batten car. Luff groove designed for sail slides and MDS sail cars. Every Seldén...

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The MDS concept M10 bolt connection for full batten fittings. Guide flange. Side-load absorbing wheel. Side-load absorbing wheels. Three pairs of wheels for longitudinal loads. (Two pairs for MDS 45.) As the name implies, Seldén’s MDS (Multi-Directional Support) cars are supported in all directions, making sail handling simpler. A full batten always creates a side load on the cars, particularly when you release the halyard for taking a reef. Each car has side-load absorbing wheels MDS full batten car. Art. No. 511-702-03 (MDS 45) Art. No. 511-701-03 (MDS 68) that run against the guide...

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Smart sail entry The sail entry gate is designed for use with MDS cars or with conventional sail slides. When using it with MDS cars, you simply remove the sail entry gate when installing or removing the cars. When using it with conventional slides, use the spring- Seldén even offers a solution for no slides at all. Sail feed and groove insert for traditional luff-rope Sail entry gate easily removed to fit or remove Seldén MDS cars. Designed for use with Seldén MDS cars or conventional sail slides.

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Headbox for Seldén mast sections The headboxes are equipped with a separa- tor, to make it easy to access the top sheaves. Just loosen the separator, which also works as a locking plate, and the sheaves can easily Mid section of instrument base easily removed to access top sheaves. be lifted up for inspection or replacement. This means that you can replace the sheaves without unstepping the mast and removing the headbox. The separator is slightly angled at its front end to lead the spinnaker halyard on to the sheave. The headbox fitting has a gently rounded halyard lead for a masthead...

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F o r f o re s t a y a n d h a l y a rd The stainless steel strap of the combi box wraps around the whole box and serves as a reinforcement that takes up the load from the forestay. It also locks the sheave axles in position. The combi box penetrates deep inside the mast, allowing the spinnaker halyard to run freely past the genoa halyard. This solution substantially increases the durability and service life of the halyards. The Seldén combi box comes with a reinforced forestay attachment. The design of the combi box allows the spinnaker halyard to run freely behind the lower halyard box....

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A well matched pair The spreader bracket is a through-mast bracket that gives the whole spreader assembly a smooth, elegant look. The stemball attachment for lower shrouds or intermediate stays is integrated. Through-mast spreader bracket – strong, slim and elegant. 16 17

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Big is beautiful The V-spreaders are a vital part of Seldén’s eye-appealing design concept for yachts of around 40 feet and upwards. We believe that whatever looks well on board should also work well on board, and vice versa. The V-spreader is a typical example of the kind of functional design that is characteristic of all Seldén masts.

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To c a p i t a l l ! The shrouds are attached to the spreaders by a choice of different end caps – clamp, link, or rod Tip Cup – depending on the design of the rigging. Spreader end cap for continuous rigging. Spreader end cap for linked rigging. Spreader end cap for rod Tip Cup. 20

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All Seldén Mast AB catalogs and brochures

  1. Furlex TD

    4 Pages

  2. Cam Cleats

    3 Pages

  3. Carbon Spars

    11 Pages

  4. Spreaders

    8 Pages

  5. Sail entry

    3 Pages


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    2 Pages

  8. Rodkicker

    6 Pages

  9. Furlex 50S

    2 Pages

  10. Keelboat masts

    28 Pages

  11. mast section

    3 Pages

  12. Furling mast

    16 Pages

  13. FURLEX 20S

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