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Introducing the Aero Luffspar range, an entirely new type of spirally bound Carbon Fibre luff spar

Specifically designed to provide the convenience of furling/reefing the genoa, without compromising its efficiency.


Aero Luffspars congratulate Jeremy Warren and Phil Kirk for their record breaking circumnavigation of the UK.

Hafren's Record Attempt - Wayfarer Round Britain

'The Aerospar worked faultlessly, allowing us to quickly and easily adjust the genoa to suit the conditions. For Hafren, it was a must-have item' – Jeremy Warren.

Other Wayfarer News:

Finland  Canada

Ullswater  Brancaster  Poole

Cornish Crabber News

Drascombe News

Osprey News

Hobiecat – Tandem Island News

Two lightweight and compact roller reefing/furling systems:

Aero Luff Spar:
A luff spar that fits onto any of the readily available furling systems –
ideally suited to those with an existing furling system.


Aero Furling Spar:
A complete furling system incorporated within the spar –
ideal for performance sailing and those with no existing system.
  • Spar can be supplied to fit any genoa luff length up to 6 metres.

  • Full Carbon spar withstands all torsional loads to gale force conditions.

  • Spar tested by designer (not by choice!) in Force 8 gale conditions.

  • Spar not permanently deformed by bending - as with an aluminium spar.

  • Provides a more rigid link than a highly flexible polypropylene type spar.

Southampton boat show furling reefing system Shrimper furling reefing system Swallow boats furling reefing system


Swallow boats furling reefing system
  Southampton boat show furling reefing system

The AeroSpar was featured on both the Cornish Crabber and Swallow boat stands at the Southampton Boat Show
– both builders now supply the spar as the recommended furling/reefing option for their small cruiser range of boats.















8 Wayfarers anchored off the shore at Brancaster on a Training weekend – with 7 of the boats using the Aero Spar (4* having changed from other systems) and the eighth boat ordering the Aero Spar after seeing how efficiently it reefed the genoa in the strong wind conditions.
* W 773 Matt Sharman; W 1162 John Mellor; W 3177 Dave Barker; W10512 Charles Ferrar.
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