Fore Topmast Shrouds

Foremast

Top Mast Sailboat

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Catharpins

Futtock stave

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Main Backstays,

Rigging Topmast

Fore Backstays & Shrouds

Backstay

Topgallant shrouds

Topgallant Shrouds

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Futtock plate

Futtock plate

Backstay

Topgallant shrouds

Fore Backstay, Topmast & Topgallant Shrouds

Topgallant chmn^

Stays

Mizzen topgallant stay À

Main royal stay

Main topgallant stay

Main stay and preventer stay

Mizzen topgallant stay À

Mizzen Stay Collar Hms Victory

Main stay and preventer stay

Main topmast stay and preventer stay

Main topmast stay and preventer stay

Fore royal stay

Flying jib stay

Fore topgallant stay

Jib stay

Fore topmast stay y and preventer stay

Fore stay\ and pre\)eiîter stay

Martinga stays

Note: see details on pages 13-20

Mizzen Stay

Hole for mai collar

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Hitched to the previous lead through the top

Crowsfeet of the top

Crowsfeet of the top

Clew Sails

Hitched to the previous lead through the top

Sailboat Shrouds

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How To Have A Perfect Boating Experience

How To Have A Perfect Boating Experience

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