I knew I forgot something!
It is a 35' sloop (Holby Marine Clearwater model 1990). Currently the main halyard and reefing clutches and winch
are at the mast. I single hand a lot and the jack lines
are getting old (figuratively not really), I am just getting older but I still use them. I can bring the main halyard back on the starboard side where I have a winch
for raising the keel (it is a swing keel boat). There is one clutch there already for the keel line
(it is an old Lewmar
, there is about 700 lbs force on that line
, the keel is 4,000 lbs of lead and has a 7:1 reduction). I intend to replace that clutch that with a double I will bring the reefing lines
(2) back on the port side. I am rigging up a form of jiffy reefing with one line for each reef point. The mainsheet comes back there and there is a winch
for it, naturally, but no clutch. I am thinking of making it a triple, so I can lock off the main when I reef. That may not be necessary as you luff the main when you reef anyway, but I think it would look cleaner and I would feel more comfortable using the winch
for the reef lines if the main could not run out, currently there is only a fairlead for the mainsheet there, it locks in the self tailing winch. The boat is currenlty in the yard, I am guessing all these lines are 7/16 or 1/2".