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Trolley Sling

Product Code: 101574
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This sling will fit on a Standard launching trolley for the Laser®/Pico and is fully adjustable to allow some of the weight to be taken off the gunwhales.

Ideal when towing the boat to reduce gunwhale damage when the boat moves on the trolley.












Laser® is a registered trademark owned by Velum Limited and currently licensed for use in Europe to Laser Performance (Europe) Limited. Rooster Sailing Limited is fully independent of both Laser Performance (Europe) Limited and Velum Limited.

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  • Jason Mullee, Puerto de Mazarron, 13 May 2014
    I've been looking for something like this for a while. As someone who launches off a ramp rather than floats off this will hopefully make life a bit easier and save the gunwales. My only gripe is the quality of the sling material it could be stiffer and more durable. Still highly recommended and a good innovation.
  • Bjarne Aagaard Hansen, Phuket, 17 May 2012
    Have used the Trolley sling for a year or so, this has made it so much easier for me to get my Laser safe on the dolly when there are waves, before it was hard to get the boat properly at the gunwhales, when using the sling then it is easy, pull the boat at the dolly and pull the dolly in and the boat centers by itself.... when the boat is safe onshore then I release the sling again so that the Laser now rests safely at the gunwhales.
  • Neil Marshall, Chester, 13 November 2009
    I bought a sling a couple of weeks ago and have since trailed my laser almost 500 miles and now have a gunwale split! I suspect that it may be to do with being too enthusiastic tieing the boat down, or may be the ratchet clips slipping, I don't know. I think it would be worth expanding the video to emphasis how the boat should be tied down using the sling. The sling is a great idea and potentially very useful but needs good instructions on how to use it properly so that others don't have the same issues. Neil