Custom-made to suit weight
C-Tech's OK masts are custom made to suit the sailor's weight. Masts are made on a male mandrel using high-quality standard modulus carbon, or a combination of standard / high modulus carbon. The masts are clear-coated with UV resistant two-pot paint.
Bend test numbers
C-Tech will endeavour to meet bend test numbers provided by purchasers to within +/- 5 % for luff-round measurements, +/- 10 % for tip deflection.
C-Tech OK Dinghy masts are supplied with the following components: Plastic sail track, carbon gooseneck, plastic deck ring, plastic mast base, clear-coat UV finish.
Optional: Stainless steel mast base
Three OK Dinghy mast options are available
- Standard modulus mast
- High modulus Mk I mast, 55mm ID at base (combination standard/high modulus fibre stiffer, lighter, requires stainless mast-base or additional weight correction)
- High modulus Mk II mast, 48mm ID at base (mainly high modulus fibre, stiffer, lighter, requires stainless mast-base or additional weight correction)
Three ways to order an OK Dinghy mast
Information to include when ordering:
Weight - in kg when sailing
Bend characteristics - if required, include the fore & aft/sideways:
tip deflection, camber 1/4, camber 1/2, camber 3/4
Group ordering of masts
By ordering in a group order, you can share the freight, packaging and import fees. The costs can vary depending on how many are involved, current shipping costs and where the masts are going to. A few things to note:-
- There is a minimum cost/size for the package, and that size, will fit 5-6 masts in it. • Generally, the per mast shipping cost (freight and packaging) is cheapest for about 7-8 masts. After this the costs stays roughly the same per mast.
- Each group order requires a group leader to coordinate the order.
- Each person can pay separately, or the group leader can collect the money.
- C-Tech can organise the freight, or the group leader can do it. If you don’t have experience in importing, it might be best left to us.
- Each person can talk directly to C-Tech to discuss bend numbers If anyone wants more information, or would like to be a group leader, please contact C-Tech on firstname.lastname@example.org
- To help coordinate this process we have set up a group on Facebook. Please join this group to express your interest.