Diverting Control Lines On Deck

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Diverting Control Lines On Deck

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Barton Marine manufacture a wide range of deck hardware and accessories for both sail and power boats up to 15m/50ft. This product training course gives an in depth understanding of the design features, materials used and applications on board.

In this course we break down 2,000 products the company manufactures into segments and 'bite size' chunks. By the end of the course, the student will have gained an in depth knowledge of yacht fittings which could assist them into leisure marine employment.

Topics in this Course

Deck Hardware Ropes Sail and Rigs

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Course Author

Barton Marine Equipment Ltd

For nearly 80 years, Barton Marine has been making and dispatching world-class blocks from our factory in Southeast England. Starting in 1948, in Whitstable, famed for its shipwright heritage, our founder, Ron Barton, was one of the first to use a fabric based laminated plastic called Tufnol and stainless steel to manufacture yachting blocks which were much lighter and stronger than previously achievable. As a marine company of many firsts, including being the first to use injected plastic moulding for our whole block range in the 1960s, we provide the peace of mind that when you buy a piece of Barton equipment, you are purchasing more than just a block, you are investing in a traditional company, which has always kept innovation in its sights.

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  1. Rating:
    Avg. rating 4.4
  2. Price: Free
  3. Language: English
  4. Length: 18 minutes
  5. Intended for: Sailing enthusiasts
  6. Reference: Not based on any reference
  7. Last Updated: October 19, 2023

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