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Updates to the Aloft Alone system

The Aloft Alone system has been updated to include a different descending device that is not yet reflected in the videos and information sheet. More information about this is below. If you’d like to discuss this change further, please contact us by phone, email or contact form.  In 2016, the Aloft Alone system was updated by swapping the […]

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Friends in high places

A recent photo of Christina Schaeffer climbing her yacht’s mast ‘S/V Zephyrus’ using the Aloft Alone system. On board they have wire halyards so it was a very simple decision to set up mast climbing using the kit. Soenke is a climber as well so he has added a few bits of gear himself noticeably […]

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Auckland boat show 2013

The boat show opened today with a flurry of activity Anthony ‘Ant’ Schellens and I climbed the mast over 30 times each and roughly 15 people tried the system out for themselves not to mention a lot of talking. Most importantly  we have had a very positive response from everyone who came to look at […]

Prusik loop

Product Update

There have been two changes since the youtube video (shown in the previous post). The prusik loop is now a stitched 6mm loop with certification and a strength rating – 6mm prusik 7.5kn EN564. The tape sling for attachment to the mast is a 25mm wide adjustable sling with reinforced eyes stitched into the ends […]

Welcome to Aloft Alone

Welcome to Aloft Alone – the mast climbing system that won’t let you down… until you want it to. Every year people die or are injured due to falling off a mast. The Aloft Alone system has been developed, based on well-tested techniques climbing and caving techniques, to enable sailors to safely and efficiently climb […]