The Hall Spars Oceanfurl boom is a premium carbon fibre furling boom system for blue water sailors. Sophisticated and functional, its sleek carbon fibre body and seamless carbon furling mandrel ensure pleasing aesthetics, superior strength and optimum weight. For any yacht, the Hall Spars Oceanfurl furling boom is the perfect combination of performance, convenience, and safety.
Why choose an Oceanfurl?
Developed and refined for the past ten years and tested in all conditions, the Oceanfurl brand is the premium carbon in-boom furling system for blue water sailors.
The secret to the Oceanfurl furling boom’s sleek style is the clever, tapered design of the mast ramp. Whether as part of a Hall Spars Seamless Mast or a retrofit to existing masts, this carbon-fibre ramp feeds the sail smoothly from the mast onto the furling mandrel inside the boom.
With its pivot point below the main luff, the Oceanfurl’s furling angle is wider than other systems enabling it to be reefed or furled while sailing downwind, without leaving the safety of the cockpit.
The bolt rope, feeder and gooseneck pivot around a common axis, reducing bolt rope friction and sail distortion when reefed or reaching, thereby prolonging the life of the sail.
Oceanfurl booms are extremely stiff and capable of handling the torsional loads provided though gybing in heavy airs. The carbon-nomex design transmits the vertical load from the hydraulic vang into the mast, improving the strength and reliability of the overall system in every condition.
The Oceanfurl boom is supplied with a range of drive options; manual, hydraulic, or electric drives to suit any boat length.
Backed by our authorized service providers, RigPro, our Oceanfurl furling boom has access to a worldwide service network for commissioning and servicing.
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Open front or closed front?
Hall Spars offers the Oceanfurl boom in both the open front and closed front configuration.
The open fronted boom shell option is commonly chosen for its styling which is more sleek and modern than the closed-front option.
Opening the front of the boom brings the leading edge of the mandrel closer to the aft face of the mast.
The result is not only a more modern looking boom shell, but also a smaller mast ramp and feeder, which act to guide the sail on and off the mandrel during furling and deployment, Lower profile goosenecks make the whole system look more streamlined.
This option also gives the benefit of being able to see the sail as it is furling.
The closed fronted boom shell option is commonly chosen because it allows the alignment of the gooseneck axis and the luff of the mainsail
This ensures reliability when it comes to furling, regardless of the angle of the boom and is more forgiving in terms of wear and tear on the sail bolt rope, increasing the life of your sail.
Closing the front of the boom shell adds significantly more structural strength to the boom. Less material is required to handle the sailing loads and required safety factors, resulting in a lighter boom shell.
In-Boom capability for storage of two spare battens.
Autoclave cured pre-preg carbon fibre and Nomex core.
Available with manual, hydraulic and electronic drives on smaller booms.
Every boom has an emergency drive supplied to suit the boom and the yacht. This system can hoist and lower the sail.
Hall Seamless autoclave cured carbon fibre tube, tapered at the front end to allow extra room for bolt rope, battens, batten cars and receptacles.
Integral Awning Tracks
Flush internal luff groove integrated into boom shell to suit your awning and sail cover requirements.
Dimmable LED lights recessed over consoles and guest seating areas available in warm or white lighting and a variety of illumination.
Custom stainless steel locking mechanism with proximity indicator to allow safe single person operation.
Individual side roller sheaves at outboard end of boom, designed to accommodate the boat’s mainsheet system.
Autoclave cured pre-preg carbon fibre, designed in conjunction with the mast to allow a seamless luff curve through all sailing conditions.
Internal or external system suited to your yacht, secures the boom downwind to prevent unintended qybing and quiets boom movement when reefing or furling in rough conditions.