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The Aero Luff Spar was developed by long distance cruising enthusiast Ralph Roberts* and Terry Cook*, head of engineering and development at PCE Automation Ltd.

The original concept of the spar was to provide the convenience and practicality of furling and/or reefing a genoa or foresail, without reducing it’s efficiency when used in its normal, unfurled state.

    

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Spree Lady at Tower Bridge, which completed a series of Wayfarer cruises from London to Helsinki** for the Aero Spar co-designer, Ralph Roberts.
*Ralph Roberts is a retired Design and Technology teacher. He has cruised and raced his Wayfarer for the last 30 years and been a past Commodore and Cruising Secretary of the UK Wayfarer Association, International Secretary of the WIC (Wayfarer International Committee) and is current International Rep. for the UKWA.

*Terry Cook started his career on the engineering side of Poolcraft Boat Builders and Marine Engineers which diversified and expanded into the business of PCE Automation. His engineering expertise developed Ralph Roberts’ ideas for an ideal foresail furling/reefing system into its present efficient design.

** Cruising logs of Wayfarer 9885, Spree Lady

A Wayfarer Cruise from London to Helsinki - Part 1

A Wayfarer Cruise from London to Helsinki - Part 2

A Wayfarer Cruise from London to Helsinki - Part 3

A Wayfarer Cruise from London to Helsinki - Part 4

A Wayfarer cruise along the Norwegian coast

A Wayfarer Cruise along the Irish Coast - Parts 1 & 2


Other logs in preparation:

A Wayfarer cruise along the Nova Scotian coast

A Wayfarer cruise along the Croatian coast

A Wayfarer cruise along the French Mediterranean coast