(Source: Blew Stoub) The Barcelona World Race, on the starting blocks. After setting the Groupe Bel mast in Port Camargue-France, will check the standing rigging cables of the 60′ Président of Jean Le Cam, in particular,changing the runners.The final adjustments before the start will comprise checking the running rigging and the mast taglines.
(Source: Blew Stoub) With the aim to develop its activity throughout its network’s agent, Blew Stoub oficialized its relationships with new distributors in the USA and Turquey, Gorilla Rigging company based in Rhode Island and Skiper, a company based in Istanbul. http://www.gorillarigging.com/ http://www.skiper.org/
(Source: BLEW STOUB) Blew Stoub is the market leader in textile solutions and composite standing and running rigging for off shore racing prototypes. As the company is also present in the cruising and regatta units market it’s only natural that BLEW STOUB Méditerranée has been set up. Vincent Le Roux, founding manager of the company … Read more
A more substantial Composites pavillion will be opening in Hall 11, bringing together the major Composite specific equipment suppliers along with mast manufacturers and surveyors. Blew Stoub is positioning today as the leader in textile solutions and mast/desk attachment mechanisms. You will find us for the duration of the trade show at stand 11.320 in … Read more
(Source: Blew Stoub) Blew Stoub in the heart of FNOB Skippered by Dee Caffari, the 60′ is member of the FNOB team, the founding organiser of the next Barcelona World Race which will be departing from Barcelona next December. Within just one week, Blew Stoub supervised the masting and standing rigging set-up including its latest … Read more
Ryan Scott recently moved from Hall Spars and Rigging to a new opportunity with an up and coming company, Gorilla Rigging. ‘I am excited about the move, expanding upon what I learned from my previous employer. I look forward to the new opportunities working with this new, leading edge company’ he comments. ‘Gorilla Rigging, thanks … Read more