Junior Yacht Rigger

Mylor Rigging
Falmouth, Cornwall
Salary Details
TBC depending on skills
Job Type
Closing Date
To carry out all yacht rigging services on both private and commercial yachts, including architectural rigging, working closely with clients to ensure their yachts are well maintained and seaworthy.

Job Description

  • The lifting and moving of heavy objects, working at height and operation of manual lifting machinery.
  • Undertake the towing of yachts using the company launch in a safe and proficient manner.
  • Utilisation of Kudos Workshop Software to help manage workload in the rigging department.
  • To undertake the servicing, maintenance, and replacement of standing & running rigging.
  • To manufacture mooring strops as required, as well as any other splicing work according to demand.
  • To assist in stepping and un-stepping of masts.
  • To assist in the servicing of winches and Furler’s.
  • To assist in the bending and unbending of sails.
  • To work interdepartmentally with colleagues at Mylor Yacht Harbour to undertake electrical or engineering work.
  • To work overtime or irregular hours during peak season demand, if required. 

Company Description

Mylor Rigging is a well established rigging company based within Mylor Yacht harbour, Falmouth. Set up over 25 years ago, the business has a highly experienced rigging team capable of undertaking a wide range of services for the discerning yachtsman.

Our team are all experienced sailors with extensive cruising and racing knowledge who are able to undertake any project relating to masts, spars, rigging or deckgear on your yacht.

At Mylor Rigging we like to work closely with owners to fully understand their needs and requirements. Whether your yacht requires a complete re-rig of its existing mast, a new headsail furler or even just a wind indicator replaced, we are here to help.

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