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Hall Spars: June Newsletter - Multihull Rigs, OceanFurl Booms and Regatta wins

by Hall Spars Marketing 31 May 2019 22:35 NZST 31 May 2019
Hallspars supermaxi boom © Hall Spars




Hall Spars has decades of experience building high quality carbon rigs for the multihull market, delivering complete packages of mast, boom and beams as seen on the recently launched Hall Spars rigged Gunboat 68.

For this particular multihull, the company’s in house designed diamond tang adjuster really is the next level in race tuning for rigs of its size and greater. What Hall Spars achieved is the ability to adjust the cap shrouds and diamond stays in step fashion, as you would on any high end GP racing monohull. This is something new to the market that you cannot get with any other brand currently.

Hall Spars wing masts are developed with a custom tuning guide so the end client can get the most out what their rig can do.

Other notable features you get with a Multihull rig from Hall Spars are aerodynamically tailored mast section profiles, optimized laminate design of entire package and options for fully custom in-house hardware design/prototyping to suit the specific need of each multihull project we work with.

Take a look at some of the company’s multihull highlights and hear more from the experts.

The Legend Series Oceanfurl booms by Hall Spars is continuing to grow in demand, with the latest being sold to a 60ft daysailer. The boat, designed by one of the world’s most renowned designers, German Frers, will receive her new boom from the team in Hall Spars NZ. 

The boat was built to be used for solo navigation, with easy maintenance and the possibility of good sailing in all wind conditions high on the list of priorities for the owner. With these aims in mind the Legend Series boom is the idea compliment to the boat, due to its trouble-free operation and ease of use whilst sailing. 

For more about our Oceanfurl booms visit our webpage:

Congratulations to the following Hall Spars rigged yachts on their recent regatta wins:
Capri Sailing Week

Mylius Cup

1st- Oscar 3
2nd- Twin Soul B

Racer Cruiser
1st- Wallyño

Cruiser Racer
2nd- H2O

Semaine Nautique Internaionale de Marseille

IRC 1 
3rd - Tonnerre de Gleen
2nd - Sloughi Rivas Yachting

Palma Vela

1st- Dralion
2nd- Pez de Abril
3rd- Nadir V
1st- Arobas2
1st- Vera

SYC Vashon Island Race

0 Class 
1st - Smoke

2019 Yachting Cup

2nd- BadPak
3rd- Rio

Tag us in your results and pictures on Social Media!

The Hall Spars team in New Zealand is growing, and we are on the look out for a new Metal Fabricator!  For more information, visit
To apply please email CV/Cover letter to

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