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O30 single handing & reefing set-ups?

Eventually.. we hope to get the halyards back to the cockpit via the cabin top. Did it on my Hunter 23 and it wasn't too difficult. We aren't planning on putting the new traveler on the cabin top so it will stay down low in the cockpit for now. Also she has a Isomat mast and boom.

Could I impose upon anyone for some pictures of there O30 singlehand set-ups? Also i'm wondering about the plus and minus of running reefing lines the same route. (give the fact I ever figure out how to install line reefing )

thanks all

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Hi,do you think that my 322 would be a good start for ideas? Chuck
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Chuck! Which is why i was walking around on your cabin top that morning at the Dealers! By the way, I have that artical from good old boat for you too. It's sitting on the coffee table over a week now. duh!
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