We can evaluate the ropes as,

- Mooring lines

- Halyards

- Sheets ect.

- SplicingThe mooring lines split into two kinds, floating and sinking lines. When our customers request splicing we stitch leather or a cover to protect the rope against friction. From halyards to sheets we prepare them all using Dyneema or polyester rope then we splice them.We use first quality ropes and Antal brand blocks for Lazy Jacks. Knotting the rope makes it 50% more likely to break and this lowers the breaking load 50%. Instead of a knot at the end of the sheets and halyards, we recommend eye splice which we also do within our company.