November 11, 2019 2 min read

Stocking Fillers and Sailing Gifts

Ho Ho Ho! It's nearly that time of year and we're sure you've already started thinking about your Christmas shopping. If you haven't then here is some inspiration in the form of stocking fillers for a sailor.

Here at Sailing Chandlery we've selected a number of sailing gifts for you to choose from and have also split them into handy budget categories. There's lots to choose from.

In this article we look at five items which are perfect as stocking fillers for any sailor.

  1. PVC Tape
  2. Sailing Chandlery Water Bottle
  3. Shackle Key
  4. Whistle
  5. Whipping Twine

1 - PVC Tape

As a sailor you can't get enough of this, it's handy for on the go repairs and to also secure pins and rigging in place so they survive a bumpy ride on the sea.

2 - Sailing Chandlery Water Bottle

We all know the importance of keeping hydrated while out sailing. The Sailing Chandlery reusable water bottle is available in two colours and is a handy accessory for any sailor.

3 - Shackle Key

An essential tool which can be put neatly into a buoyancy aid, or tied to the boat in a handy location. Every sailor is always in need of a shackle key.

4 - Whistle

Another tool that can be put into your buoyancy aid for when it's needed. Did you know all youth classes are now suggesting sailors carry whistles to draw attention?

5 - Whipping Twine

Handy for rope splicing or for general lashing, an ideal item to have in the toolbox.

Gift Vouchers

If you're just not sure then why don't you treat your sailor to a gift voucher where they can choose exactly what they would like.

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