Mast Gates & Track-stops


Mast Gates:

When you want to reef  quickly and safely, you need a gateway to bridge over open sail-feed slot.

No longer leave the safety of your cockpit.

Hoist, reef or flake sail fully to the boom for a smaller sail pack.

Our patented designs allow us to build a single or dual Mast Gate for all aluminum extruded masts.  See our Cross Section Profile Chart.



Quick-Release Track-Stop (QRTS):

The worlds first & only track stop using a levered handle to achieve up to 500 pounds of locking force, even if your hand is wet, cold, or arthritic.

Many uses:

1.  While sailing, use it under a sliding boom to set your lower limit.

2.  When at dock or at anchor, push up boom to lock it above your head to increase head room.

3.  Can be used to lock-out the open feed slot for sailboats that do not need to reef.

Weighs 36 grams and will never jump overboard.


We guarantee your satisfaction with a one year warranty.

MastGates are custom built in the USA, using stainless steel 316.

MastGates.com

Tom Luque

3823 NW 32nd Ave

Camas, WA  98607.

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On June 3rd, I will be joining the first 40 mile leg of the "Race to Alaska" (750 miles) in my West Wight Potter-19.  Port Townsend to Victoria, BC.  If the weather is good, I may spend extra days in the San Juans after leaving Victoria on June 5th, but I do look forward to answering your questions when I pick up cell signal.  

The individual boats will be monitored with SPOT devices. To follow the race, goto http://r2ak.com/