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Spreader patch

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A spreader patch is a fabric reinforcement at a point on a sail where it is likely to rub with the spreader on a mast.

Use and construction

Spreader patches may be placed on a jib,[1] when it overlaps with the mast, or on the mainsail,[2] where it may interfere when furled, or when the sail is backwinded against the mast.[3] Patches may be made of tape, sticky-backed Dacron, or other material that is compatible with the type of sailcloth being reinforced.[4] When applying such patches, it's important to affix it starting from the inner part of the sail, towards the edge of the sail (leech).[5]

References

  1. ^ Rousmaniere, John (2014-01-07). The Annapolis Book of Seamanship: Fourth Edition. Simon and Schuster. p. 111. ISBN 9781451650242.
  2. ^ Neal, Tom (January 1995). There's the rub. Cruising World. Newport, Rhode Island. p. 25.
  3. ^ Textor, Ken (1995). The New Book of Sail Trim. Sheridan House, Inc. p. 185. ISBN 9780924486814.
  4. ^ Leonard, Beth A. (September 2007). Sew it yourself. Cruising World. Newport, Rhode Island. p. 140.
  5. ^ Jasper, Aaron (December 1992). Sail repair and jury-rigging at sea. Cruising World. Newport, Rhode Island. p. 75.
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