Wire rope replacement with synthetic fibre ropes offers significant strength, handling and safety benefits. We offer the complete range of Marlows UHMPE based rope solutions designed for all winching applications.The higher breaking load for a given diameter offers a much higher factor of safety or the possibility to down size the rope thereby allowing a longer length to be fitted on the winch.Dynaline enables significantly quicker and safer deployment and recovery than traditional steel wire ropes, virtually eliminating dangerous recoil if fittings or attachments fail or in the unlikely event of rope failure.Please see links below for complete technical specifications of these quite amazing products.
At Boatropes, we can make a Dyneema winch cable that fits a wire drum. Simply tell us your current wire diameter and we will splice in a wire tail to fit your drum. Please contact us with your requirements
Over Many Years Marlow Ropes has earned an outstanding reputation for quality and technical innovation for there Defence and Special Forces products.
Marlow is known and respected around the world for British design and quality excellence. There facility in Hailsham, United Kingdom houses there R&D centre and specialist production units and it is from here that they manufacture and distribute quality British made products to over 80 countries worldwide.
Most of this Distribution is carried out via the huge network of Distributors which boatropes.co.uk is one of the few worldwide ranking.
Below is an article that is well worth a read,It is great to see Marlow Ropes a British manufacturer supporting British Sport.
Skandia Sail for Gold Regatta Weymouth 2012.
Marlow again sponsored the Artemis Offshore Academy for Cowes week 2012 to win a trip aboard a Figaro for two people. Details were posted on Facebook. http://www.facebook.com/marlowropes?sk=app_197602066931325
Abu Dhabi Ocean Racing, was the shining star as it became the first Arabian team to win a leg in the gruelling round-the-world sailing odyssey, after a highly tense Leg 7 battle that went right down to the wire.
Widely regarded as one of the blue ribbon leg of this arduous 3,500 nautical miles Trans-Atlantic crossing from the USA to Western Europe, 2012 has been one of the most thrilling in the 39-year race history. The six-strong fleet exchanged blows from the very offset to the closing stages. Marlow Ropes again supported the team.