Candles with forced sabers, while a few can seem an innovative alternative, were used for centuries in Chinese junks. They began to be used in some German iollas sailing over the 30 years and were born again with strength in the 1980s. However, it is not something common in the world of the charter. Let's look at its advantages and disadvantages. Candles tissue was formerly natural fibers, heavy especially if soaked and less resistant than the current synthetic fabrics, something that made the sabers of wood, heavy of itself, does not represent a great advantage over boats rigged with short sabers.
Currently, the candles with forced sabers and synthetic materials more resistant and lighter, offer all the advantages that they did not provide the primitive. Sailing with forced sabers has a number of advantages and disadvantages, like everything in life and must be, first, to know what to do a series of questions universal in decision-making to know if it is what suits us or not when choosing our candle. Candle with forced sabers It has the advantage of being able to increase the sail area since it can be designed with one greater alunamiento. To be supported by sabers, one candle trimada time, you cannot change your profile in uncontrolled way, i.e., sailing will keep its design even when you increase the strength of the wind, not pocketing more than necessary, and keeping the established flow of aires, form than the rent of boats to sail more upright and is less ardent. The swords of this type of candles exert considerable pressure on the mast, which translates into a thrust of sabers on the skids that allow the hoisting and lowering of the largest. In this sense, it is highly advisable to equip the stick of a system of runners with bearings in case of choosing a more full batten.