Climbing the mast has never been easier or safer!
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If you want to keep your favorite bosun chair, ATN now offers the MastClimber Kit
For $290.00, ATN will provide 2 Ascenders
+ Footstrap + Upper Extension with bag.
The ATN Mastclimber is the only single handed bosun's chair
that allows the operator to work ABOVE the mast head
without leaving the chair. The Mastclimber makes climbing the mast safer and easier.
Retrofit your old Topclimber with the newer, more practical ATN Ascender.
Pair of ATN Ascender is $150.00.
Attention! The new ATN Mastclimber does not require a static line anymore
as it can be fit OVER any existing halyard.
is simple to use for climbing the mast, its set up time is minimal, and its rugged and simple construction will ensure years of use, allowing you to maintain and check aloft all the standing rigging of your sailboat.
Climbing the Mast
is a great system as it uses the leg muscles to climb, allowing you to reach the mast head not exhausted by the climb, and since it rides onto a static line, taut between the deck and the mast head. The Mastcliber prevents you from swaying away from the mast, helplessly, even if the boat heels over making climbing the mast easier and safer.
Climbing the Mast and Above the Masthead
consists of 2 parts, a bos'n's chair with back rest and one-way jammer, and leg straps, with loops for the feet, with one-way jammer.
Operation of the Mastclimber
for climbing the mast is done by alternatively standing up on the leg straps, which allows you to slide up the one-way jammer of the bos'n's chair, then sitting onto the bos'n's chair, which allows you to slide up the one-way jammer of the leg strap, then standing up on the leg straps. To descend the mast, procedure is reversed.
|The MastClimber in action climbing the mast.
Alessandro Di Benedetto of Team Plastique in the Vendee Globe 2012-2013 goes up the mast with the ATN Mastclimber in mid-ocean. Video in 3 parts.
The price of the Mastclimber is $450.00
The Mastclimber will fit OVER any rope halyard, from 3/8" up to 5/8".
for more information.
|Testimonials and Reviews:
I was just sailing with John K. and I mentioned how much I use my mast climber. I have saved thousands of dollars in rigging charges by climbing my own mast with the mast climber. I also use it to climb my boat slip neighbor’s mast as he is too old for that. Up and down no problem. Just wanted to say thank you for such a great product.
Just to let you know I received the chair, and used it this weekend.
Having the right equipment made all the difference I needed to work on top of the mast.
Being able to stand up to work, and then sit down to rest worked perfectly.
Thanks for a great solution.
New Bern, NC
Showing the ATN Mastclimber to Loick Peyron and Christian Fevrier
on the 40' trimaran "Happy", getting ready for the 2014 Route du Rhum
I just used my new mastclimber to replace a burned out spreader light. I asked my wife to take a picture but now it looks like you can't see the actual climbing hardware. I'm using my own bosun's chair. But I wanted you to know I'm happy with your product. Thanks. I also found that it works just fine to connect the halyard to a cleat at the bottom of the mast rather than at the side of the boat.
I met you at the Miami boat show and purchased a Mast Climber and a Gale sail.
I have been up the mast twice in the last three days.
The mast climber works very well (and impressed my neighbors!).
Many thanks for your excellent products.
Please visit the link for the online magazine review Tried and Tested
from Yachting Monthly magazine.
I found my picture of using your Mastclimber. We chatted at the Chicago
Strictly Sail Boat Show in January. I love this thing.
I wanted to thank you for your fine product the Mast Climber. I was up and down my mast 3 times last Sunday while replacing a wind vane on my Catalina 27.
Your product has got to be one of the best investments that I have ever made for our boat. It was easy to use, and I felt very safe while working on top.
Once again, thank you for a great product.
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