genoa halyard, dumping the sail on the deck.
Have just bought a Fireball and have a quick question: Does anyone use a 2:1 external jib halyard?
halyard attached to the other.
The flagpole has an internal halyard which is accessible only through a small lockable cover.
Finally, which knot would a Scout usually use to tie the halyard to the Union Flag?
Now he lay in a tangled heap amid the main halyard.
Like BP, it has suffered a broken genoa halyard, dumping the sail on the deck.
halyard winches aboard a smack, tackles and their power are important.
The spinnaker halyard is used to lift the jib to a halyard lock.
halyard sheave was attached to the stainless steel ring at the top of the mast.
halyard blocks nailed to the mast.
Echo took fourth place but Bertie retired after losing her spinnaker halyard up the mast.
Have an equivalent mark for each of your jib halyard settings.
Why not use the after flange for a crane for the throat halyard?
In theory, too, the peak halyard should be pulling at right angles to the gaff.
jib halyard settings.
Originally the main halyard sheave was attached to the stainless steel ring at the top of the mast.
spinnaker halyard up the mast.
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