We try to treat delivery as a pass through cost and keep the cost to you as low as possible, on top of our already competitive product prices.
We offer free UK standard delivery for orders over £50, this does exclude boats, masts, booms and large items which can't be sent via standard mail.
Any order placed by midday will leave us the same day unless there is a lead time which we detail on the product page. Items which require a courier may leave the next day.
UK 2nd Class Small Packet - £3.99
UK 1st Class Small Packet - £4.50
UK 1st Class Small Packet - Over 1KG - £5.99
Courier - £9.99
Courier - Long Items - £20
Close to England - £10
Europe - £12.50
Europe - Over 1KG - £15
Rest of the World - £60
What is the quantity for ropes?
The quantity is meters. If you order 5 items you will receive one 5 meter continuous length of that specific rope.
How do I claim my first order discount?
Simply sign up to our newsletter and we'll send your unique first order discount code.
Do you ship to other locations?
We are always happy to provide you with a quote for shipping, simply drop us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the items you are planning on ordering and your address.
Who are Sailing Chandlery?
We're a team of sailors who are passionate about keeping you sailing and providing an excellent service first time. Find out more.
I have another question?
You can call the team on 07793 953564 or email us email@example.com
I guess short of trying it out in the bath at the moment I can only say that it was bought at a time when Sailing Chandlery offered a discount at an already competitive price and delivery was efficient and smooth! It fits and is less bulky than the old buoyancy aid I was replacing. It is well-designed product and in fact you can do no better than make a decision to buy based on the product description on the Sailing Chandlery website and the video which again accurately describes the product. I chose a neutral grey version to cover any future changes of fashion there are no visibility extras or bells and whistles, but this isn't a lifejacket and assumes you would be using it to keep you afloat whilst being near your boat. The very design means that slipping back onboard after righting should be smooth with little projecting to catch on anything....