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Spinnaker Sleeve

Dropping the spinnaker is the most complicated and potentially dangerous maneuver facing a yachtsman. The ATN Spinnaker Sleeve ensures a safe and orderly retrieval. It has removed much of the fear from spinnaker handling. Recreational sailors can now enjoy spinnaker sailing as it allows one person to hoist a kite on his or her own terms and decide exactly when to let it fly. You'll never have to "pack" your spinnaker again. With the "ATN" spinnaker sleeve, you can fly the spinnaker, gennaker, MPS, mizzen staysail (any free Luff sail) with ease and confidence. In the last "Vendee Global Challenge", 80% of the fleet carried the "ATN" spinnaker sleeve.

  • Sold by the linear foot & 5 foot minimum
  • Provide total luff height when ordering
Product Models
Description WM Model # MFG Part # Availability Price Quantity  
56' to 100' Sleeve Length, up to 90' Boat Length (Sold by the foot & 5 foot minimum) 2739464 SS 100
Delivery within 2 - 3 weeks.

$23.87

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100' to 130' Sleeve Length, over 90' Boat Length (Sold by the foot & 5 foot minimum) 2739472 SS 130
Delivery within 2 - 3 weeks.

$31.99

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Up to 55' Sleeve Length, up to 45' Boat Length (Sold by the foot & 5 foot minimum) 2739456 SS 55
Delivery within 2 - 3 weeks.

$15.60

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Product Description

Dropping the spinnaker is the most complicated and potentially dangerous maneuver facing a yachtsman. The ATN Spinnaker Sleeve ensures a safe and orderly retrieval. It has removed much of the fear from spinnaker handling. Recreational sailors can now enjoy spinnaker sailing as it allows one person to hoist a kite on his or her own terms and decide exactly when to let it fly. You'll never have to "pack" your spinnaker again. With the "ATN" spinnaker sleeve, you can fly the spinnaker, gennaker, MPS, mizzen staysail (any free Luff sail) with ease and confidence. In the last "Vendee Global Challenge", 80% of the fleet carried the "ATN" spinnaker sleeve.

  • Sold by the linear foot & 5 foot minimum
  • Provide total luff height when ordering

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ATNSpinnaker Sleeve
 
3.0

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5.0

ATN spinnaker sock = awesome!

By Capt. Babs

from Charleston, SC.

About Me Advanced

Verified Reviewer

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Easy To Install
  • Easy To Use
  • Quality Construction

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Sailing

    Comments about Spinnaker Sleeve:

    The ATN spinnaker sock is a great addition to cruising gear along with your regular symmetrical spinnaker or the cruisers asymmetrical spinnaker. I've used used the ATN sock for years on different boats and spins and it works great. The named sailmakers all crafted their spin socks based on this one but this is the original and it works well. A necessity for short handed sailing, it really is easy to deploy and douse your spin. Not sure how the other reviewer could not get it to work but there is no sailing upwind with a spinnaker which he mentions as the problem. Great customer service from the originator whose name is Etienne, as in ATN. And he's here in Florida!

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    (1 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

     
    1.0

    Do not buy. Remove if you have one.

    By Captain Doctor Bill

    from Dallas, TX

    About Me Casual/ Recreational

    Pros

      Cons

      • Difficult To Use
      • Poor Design

      Best Uses

      • Garage Rag

      Comments about ATN Spinnaker Sleeve:

      These things are not particularly helpful, and they add just one more thing to snag and go wrong in the process of spinnaker handling. If something snags up high, you can no longer sail because the spinnaker fouls when you go upwind, leaving you to cut it down or climb the mast, and be quick about it before you run aground. Instead, learn to deploy and stow the spinnaker properly; it can be done single-handed. I had one of these; it seemed like a good idea and I didn't listen to more experienced sailors who said to remove it. It worked a few times but in the end I almost lost a spinnaker to it. Lines everywhere. Half an hour to untangle. I removed it promptly with no regrets.

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