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Harbor 20 Sheet, guy and halyard layout

Any Harbor 20 owners here?

I might get a chance to crew on a Harbor 20 and I thought it might help me get invited back if I can appear to be knowledgeable. I noticed that except for the mainsheet, all the sheets, guys and halyards are led to a bulkhead at the forward end of the cockpit. I was thinking it would be nice to know the layout in advance so if someone asks me to ease, trim, raise or lower something, I'm not fumbling to find it.

If someone could post the layout, I'd really appreciate it.
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Re: Harbor 20 Sheet, guy and halyard layout

The layout may be different from boat to boat, but in any case is likely to be so obvious (If it's only a 20' boat, you should be able to see where each line goes and what it does.) that it makes no difference. The owner may also have labeled the lines in order to help trial crew. It isn't likely to be too complicated. Do ten pushups, ten situps, ten chin-ups and relax.
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