Thanks. Yeah, I thought to tie it but the clew is about 7 or 8 feet up from the deck
. Thought of standing on something, but...
Worked out that if the furling
line is tight enough to take several turns of sheets around the furled genny, then tie the furling
rig of off at the bottom from a bail to a deck
cleat (in case the furling line parts) and slack the sheets so they can be tied down at an angle to the pulpit rail, the jib clears the furled genny OK and the genny seems likely to stay furled, but that's only in light wind
, so far.
Moving the boat tonight from Cambridge, MD towards my local marina in the Hampton Roads
area, 130 miles, after buy it last summer and working on it for a couple weeks here and there. Might blow up a little later and wanted the small jib as an option - its bundled to the life lines just now in case we need it later tonight.