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Below the Bridges Thames Tour - Foldable mast demonstrations to Greenwich, London Corinthian and Twickenham Yacht Clubs.
Balpha Mast and Barton Marine innovative new rigging programme showcased at TheYachtMarket.com Southampton Boat Show
14-23 September 2018 | Stand M266
Visitors to this year’s TheYachtMarket.com Southampton Boat Show, can see the new Barton Marine rigging programme of the Balpha Mast in action. Balpha Mast is a foldable mast system for yachts, which allows for easy lowering and raising of masts.
At Barton Marine, we like to support as many sailing ventures and good causes as possible. One of our latest involvements is with PixelBoat pioneer, Alex Alley, a world record sailor who aims to break the Solo Non-Stop Around the World Record in his 40' yacht.
Come and celebrate 50 years of Southampton Boat Show!
Come and celebrate 50 years of Southampton Boat Show! We are proud to have our Barton Team attending the Show and supporting our chandlers, riggers and boat builders who are exhibiting.
RYA Dinghy Show 2018
For the very first time, Barton Marine will be exhibiting at the RYA Dinghy Show, 3 - 4 March 2018, held at the Alexandra Palace, London - stand C1 in the Great Hall. We will be displaying the new Barton Block Range and discussing our up and coming developments for dinghy sailors – including a new ratchet block for the line.
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With the London and Düsseldorf boat shows now behind us, I took away with me two principal thoughts...
Prepare your boat for Spring
With Spring just around the corner, it’s time to check your deck hardware for signs of wear and tear, especially mast sheaves and blocks before you re-step.