About Us

Rigging

Mylor Rigging is a division of Mylor Chandlery one of the best stocked Chandlers in the south west of England.  The rigging department is managed by Dan Teubert a seasoned sailor with extensive racing knowledge.

The rigging division is overseen by the MD Paul Pullen who has been involved in rigging for over 20 years and has worked extensively throughout Europe and the Middle East.  

With a custom built rigging workshop equipped with swaging machines, lathes & tools the company can carry out work either on your boat or within the workshop.  All staff have been factory trained and have been fully approved by Marlow, Harken and Stalok .

In Spring 2018 and in recognition of its high standards, investment in training and commitment to customers, Harken appointed Mylor Rigging as an authorised Harken service centre – one of just eight centres in UK & Ireland.

Chandlery

The Chandlery has been established in Mylor Yacht Harbour for over 25 years and is well known to local yachtsmen for its depth of stock, knowledgeable staff and being open seven days a week.

Hardware ranges include Harken, Lewmar, ProBoat, Wichard, Barton, Selden, Spinlock and Holt.  Technical clothing and footwear features the latest ranges from Henri Lloyd, Gill, Musto, Dubarry and Orca Bay. 

On the safety side the chandlery is a major stockist of lifejackets, liferafts and distress flares from Ocean Safety, Crewsaver & Waypoint.
Whether you are visiting the riggers or the chandlery, there is free parking at the front of the store that you are welcome to use and the shop is open seven days a week, all year round.

To visit the shop website please just click here. We look forward to seeing you.

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19 Sep 2019

A Complete Guide To Our Rigging Services

At Mylor, we take pride in the expertise, experience and knowledge behind our rigging department; helping real sailors with any problem, big or small,...

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2 Sep 2019

Beginner's Guide To Boat Terminology

If you're a sailing novice who's just beginning to learn the ropes, Boat terminology can feel like a second language......

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