Originally Posted by SimonV
For the larks head to work, you need tension on both ends, or the lose tail needs a half hitch to stop it working lose. I will stick with the bowline thanks and I can tie them one handed if needed.
That's why it is only generally used if you have a single long line being used as both port and starboard genoa/jib sheets.
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