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Arnaud Ballu: Rigging for sailing boats. Ballu Arnaud, July 21, 1995: FR2715124-A1 (24 worldwide citation)

The sail (3) has two surfaces (12,13) and passes around the mast (2). A wishbone, passing around the mast and sail, is secured to the mast. Each surface of the sail is fitted with a number of parallel battens (14,15) in conventional pockets extending from fittings (18) on the mast to the leaches (10 ...


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Galbert Albert Marie Gabriel D: Pivotal rigging for sailing boats and sail propelled vehicles. Galbert Albert Marie Gabriel D, March 18, 1970: GB1184914-A (12 worldwide citation)

1,184,914. Wind driven marine and ice boats. A.M.G. DE GALBERT. 26 April, 1967 [28 April, 1966; 16 Feb., 1967], No. 19295/67. Headings B7B and B7V. A sailing boat or sail propelled vehicle comprises an airfoil carried by mast a and rotatable with the mast about a substantially vertical axis. The air ...


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Barth Frederic: Improvement to rigging for sailing boats. Barth Frederic, December 17, 2003: EP1371549-A1

The rigging for a sailing marine vessel has a mast to support a main sail and a jib. The main sail lower edge is connected to a boom by its front and rear corners (15). The rigging has a connecting frame (20) to allow the lateral displacement of the jib rear coupling point (17) by simple pivoting of ...


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Barth Frederic: Improvement to rigging for sailing boats. Barth Frederic, December 19, 2003: FR2840875-A1

The rigging for a sailing marine vessel has a mast to support a main sail and a jib. The main sail lower edge is connected to a boom by its front and rear corners (15). The rigging has a connecting frame (20) to allow the lateral displacement of the jib rear coupling point (17) by simple pivoting of ...



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