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Loosing and making
Dowsing and furling
Reefing and shaking out | Unstepping and stepping
masts (special duties).
In charge forecastle; man
Rig jib halyards; come up
jib stay; tend and man jib halyards. Assist No.1.
Let go jib halyards; surl Jib halyards; pass earing jib.
and points; shake out. Man jib downhaul; pass Pass tack lashing and jib gasket.
points; shake out same. Lookout and bowman; Lookout; pass reef
foremast rings; furljib. points; shake out same.
Lookout and bowman;
clear foremast rings.
FOREMAST DETAIL, FOUR MEN.
In charge at fore; clear
away sail; tend foresheet:clear main-mast rings. Man throat halyards..
Tend foresheet; main- Foresheet; pass reef Shift foresheet to port
mast rings; furl fore- earing and points; cleat; open and close
fore gate; unship king
points; shake out. tend port fore shrouds.
Tend and man mainstay. yards; furl foresail.
shake out points. Tend and secure jib Tend jib sheets.
Tend starboard fore sheets; furl foresail.
MAINMAST DETAIL, FIVE MEN.
In charge at main; cast Tend main sheet; furl | Pass earing and points; Unship gooseneck; come
up parrellashing; open
main gate; unship king
yards; furl mainsail. points; shake out take weight of sail un-
til gooseneck is un
end; tend starboard
Unhook lower block of
main sheet from tray-
Commands; in charge of
four gold Toppufog top
popping fitt eget
30' 33' 36' AND 40' MOTOR SAILING LAUNCH. SLOOP RIG.
2. LOOSING AND MAKING SAIL (Masts BEING STEPPED, SAILS BENT.)
(a) Loose sail.. ...Clear away sails. No. 1 shifts standing
part of jib halyards from clew to head of sail. Man all halyards; tend jib downhaul, all sheets and main-boom topping
lift; stand by to clear mast rings. (6) With starboard (or Coxswain lays boat on desired course.
port) sheet, make Men stationed on halyards hoist away sail.
smartly, hand over hand, keeping gaffs horizontal until sails are all the way up. Clear mast rings. Nos. 10 and 11 must see that peak of mainsail does not foul bridle of topping lift, especially when
making sail on port tack.
3. DowSING AND FURLING SAIL. (a) Stand' by to shorten Given as a warning for crew to stand by sail.
their stations. Man jibdownhaul; tend all halyards; take in slack of main-boom topping lift; stand by to haul down on mast
rings and on leech of mainsail (No. 12). (6) Shorten sail.........Slack away halyards roundly, keeping
gaffs in horizontal position; haul down jib;haul down on mast rings and leech of mainsail; trim sheets in. No. 3 gathers in jib to keep it from going overboard;
sails must be kept in the boat. (c) Furl sail..........
.Belay fore and main sheets, haul aft and
belay port jib sheet. Haul taut and be
lay jib downhaul. In furling, haul all sail and dog's ears over
to port side of booms (opposite to that on which main-boom topping lift is secured). Furl jib, fore, and mainsails in same direction. Pass in leech of sail taut along boom; begin at lowest part and roll sail up neatly, stowing all earings, etc., inside, and make a taut skin. Pass gaskets so that they will tend to haul sail on top of boom.