Bringing exceptional new lines from Europe to the US market
As exclusive US distributor of Lanex Yachting Ropes, SYC is proud to be bringing these lines to the US market. Tried and tested for many years in challenging sailing environments in Europe and around the world, these yachting lines are now available in the US from Sensible Yacht Cordage
Why Buy Lanex?
New sophisticated technologies, modern machinery, demanding and precise production, extensive R&D and final inspection are an integral part of yachting line production under the LANEX Yachting Ropes brand. With support from leading sailors, and responding to feedback, LANEX ranks among the leading manufacturers of yachting lines in the world. The LANEX development personnel work together with teams of sailors in the development and testing of ropes on the water under real conditions, and under simulated conditions in a state-of-the-art laboratory. LANEX Yachting Ropes are sold in more than 30 countries around the world, including Europe, Russia, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Asia, South America, and now in the United States.
You want reliable lines
The Lanex development team, together with teams of sailors, join together directly in the development and testing of lines on the water under real conditions
LANEX products are well known and respected world-wide
In addition to the LANEX Yachting Ropes, LANEX is well known for its ropes for the shipbuilding industry, for rescue operations, mountaineering, military forces, fishing industry, mechanical engineering, building and construction industry as well as their yachting lines. Lanex delivers its many products world-wide to more than 50 countries, and we are now bringing their yachting lines to the US
New Running Rigging for Sightsailing of Newport RI
SYC helped Sightsailing of Newport, RI get ready for another busy charter season for their three yachts, Aquidneck, Sightsailor and Starlight. We have provided them with new running rigging for their halyards, main sheets and jib sheets made from our Hurricane, Zephyr, and Meltemi Fix lines, fitted with shackles and eye splices. We thank Sightsailing for choosing us for their new lines, and wish them a wonderful charter season..
The Selma-Antarctica Endurance Test of Lanex lines took place in 2015, requiring very high strength and resistant equipment for the most southern navigation. The first boat to reach this point was testing Lanes lines in antarctic conditions, with winds in excess of 70 knots and temperatures from -20C to +40C.