Allen were pioneers in the development of the first AutoRatchet blocks more than 30 years ago.
The clever internal mechanism is designed to activate when the block is under load - as every sailor knows this can make all the difference on a long spinnaker reach or upwind beat. Years of constant development with the world's top sailors has made the AutoRatchet one of the most reliable and effective on the market. All Allen ratchet blocks are engineered with ball bearing technology and advanced engineering polymers for longevity and performance.
Barton Marine The new Barton Ratchet Block is designed to be used on mainsheet systems and spinnaker sheets on dinghies and keelboats, and for small yachts up to 30 feet.
Schaefer Marine M66-08 Single Ratchet Block, injection moulded long grain fibre body features an anodised aluminium sheave for a light yet strong block.
The New Allen AutoRatchet
Allen Brothers will release its new AutoRatchet blocks
16ft Skiff Nationals - Nathan Edwards
We've just finished the 13Ft & 16Ft Skiff Nationals - hosted by Darling Point Sailing Squadron and supported by Allen.
A2360 - X2 AutoRatchet - Review by Nathan Edwards
Thanks to our Team Allen sailor, Nathan Edwards, for this fantastic review of the A2360 - X2 AutoRatchet.
More Grip, Less Slip With New Wave Ratchet
Allen has launched an additional option for their range of ratchet blocks, dubbed the Wave Ratchet, which will offer between 20 to 40%* more grip without adding any additional wear to the rope.
Allen Flying 11 Championship sees 3 clubs on the Podium
Mel attended the Flying 11’s representing Allen which was extremely exciting to be going as the main sponsor of their Championship. Mel had competed in a Flying 11 Nationals at RQYS so it brought back a lot of memories.
Allen Flying 11 NSW States Round 1 2020
We are proud to Sponsor the Flying 11's this season with the NSW and Nationals
Allen Catalogue Featuring Eric's Storage 16ft Skiff
10 Years ago Mel was on her way to the Dusseldorf Boat Show to meet up with Allen confirming we would be part of the Distribution Network moving forward.