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post #9 of Old 03-06-2011
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Originally Posted by Seacurves View Post
Another question after giving the Battcar main solution some thought regarding reefing the main... Currently I need to go forward to hook the tack cringles on the gooseneck horn, and then tighten the main halyard. In order to not go forward when reefing, is the real option to rework the tack pennants and lead them back to the cockpit? I guess this would be the answer but just checking.

Sorry, a lot of singlehanding details to work through.
Your PSC37 is setup for single line reefing (w/enough reef line length). We found there was a lot of friction so decided to set it up to only reef the clew and relied on the dogbones on the reef tacks.

s/v Little Wing
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