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Old 20-09-2015, 18:35   #16
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Re: Can Lazy Jacks be attached to the Topping Lift

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Which ever system you choose, I strongly recommend Lazy Jacks if you sail single handed. I am able to bring my ketch head to wind and just let go of the main and mizen halyards. The sails slide down instantly and self flake onto the booms. This is helped by the Tides Track system which is an added bonus. Once down, the sails do not need touching until I am moored or at anchor.
Add a stack pack and you're home and hosed to use a misplaced metaphor
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