Cleats & Clutches
We have a range of cleats including Cam Cleats, Mainsheet Jammers, Swivel Cleats, Clamcleats, Jam Cleats, V Cleats, Composite Cleats, Stainless Cleats, Aluminium Cleats, Mast and Deck Cleats.
With many options available thanks to the brands we distribute, Allen Sailboat Performance Hardware, Antal and Schaefer Marine.
Allen Cam Cleats benefit from 60 years of meticulous research and development. Available in either Alanite or Alloy, the jaw profile optimizes rope entry and exit for smooth cleating and uncleating, whilst double coil springs and ball bearing technology give consistent cam action.
Antal realizes three types of cleat: Roller cleats, innovative and modern, Track adjustable cleats, adjustable and with a stop pin and Classic cleats, with a teak beam. Produced in several dimensions, for boats up to 70’ in aluminum or s.steel.
A complete clutch range with 7 different models for lines from 6 to 22 mm. All Antal models, except the Maxi, the QR and the DV-Jammer, are available in single, double, triple and quadruple versions.
Barton Marine range includes the Quick Cleat taking the stress out of tying knots - a great advantage when novice sailors are aboard or when you need quick hold or rapid removal of lines.
Schaefer offers a wide variety of Aluminum and Stainless Steel Cleats. Our forged aluminum cleats feature smooth edges and come in Open Base, Low-Profile, Self-Jamming and Four-Hole deck styles. Schaefer also offer Stainless Steel deck cleats and chocks with hidden fasteners for a beautiful finished look.
The quality of DV Jammer
Traditional lever clutches have restrictions on holding capacity. Jammers however offer superior holding capacity compared to that of clutches.
QR Quick Release Clutch by Antal
QR Quick Release / QR is the new antal clutch that ensures locking under maximum tension and allows you to release a line even under maximum load.
Choosing the correct Cam Cleat
Cam Cleats are available in different materials, sizes and have a wide range of accessories to suit many different applications, so it can be daunting to know which type or accessory is needed to suit specific cleating needs.