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Old 19-08-2015, 20:56   #1
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Has anyone moved a port jib sheet to the helm?

We just bought a Belize and were hoping to electrify the starboard winch and move the port jib sheet over to the starboard winch. The boat yard folks are nervous about doing the job without seeing photos of the set up of the lines on the starboard side. They are worried about excess pressure on the deck where the port line is attached. If anyone has done this on a Belize or similar-sized FP and has photos, that would be really helpful.
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