Mizzen Topsail c Topgallant B ow ines

Fore Topsail Sheets

Through blocks, seized to the main topmast crosstrees Through blocks, seized to the main topmast crosstrees Through blocks on the opposite side shroud the port bowline rove through the block on the starboard main shroud and vice versa Main Yard with Stun-Sail Boom & Stunsail I oom Irons

Spritsail For A Cruising Sailboat

Fore Course Buntlines

Spritsail Clueline & Sheet Spritsail Topsail Lift Reef tackles and pendants were not carried on the lower yards until the early nineteenth century. The courses were reefed by hauling the sail manually up to the yard, possibly assisted by hauling on the leechlines. Bowline knot or splice was used (see page 76) Bowline knot or splice was used (see page 76) Through single blocks on the bowsprit cap Through single blocks lashed to the bowsprit a little aft of the fore stay hearts Through single...

Fore Topmast Staysail

Staysail Rigging

Lower tack lead-block a few feet above the deadeye -to pinrail or to a cleat secured to the shroud Single block strapped to the starboard side of the topmast head Through thimble seized to the forward shroud below the crossjack yard Single block strapped to the starboard side of the topmast head Through thimble seized to the forward shroud below the crossjack yard Main topmast preventer stay Flying jib halliard Fore topgallant sheet Fore topsail sheet Fore topsail bowline Fore course bowline...