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Old 06-11-2012, 06:06   #1
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Parasailor and Lagoon 380

I am looking for any assistance on rigging for this set up.. Just the blocks , what you used and where you mounted them or attached to the boat. Parasailor recomended me running the lines to the aft cockpit put think it should be run to the cockpit not aft? Any suggestions or pictures would be help full.
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Old 06-11-2012, 08:49   #2
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Re: Parasailor and Lagoon 380

75mm Harken block up in front, 2 line from the bow and back to the middle pullers, and 2 lines back to the block points on the sides aft. and up ti the winches.
and i have also installed hooks on the front wires so i can easy remove them,
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How are you cleating your guys on the bow?
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How are you cleating your guys on the bow?
rope from the middle cleat/pullert , and forward to the block and up to the sail. just look in the film, and stop it when u se the ropes.
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75mm Harken block up in front, 2 line from the bow and back to the middle pullers, and 2 lines back to the block points on the sides aft. and up ti the winches.
and i have also installed hooks on the front wires so i can easy remove them,
Our is 105 m2.


Sir, are you running the sheet lines, aft your shrouds? ?
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Re: Parasailor and Lagoon 380

Yes, one on Stb side, and one on Port side. and outside the rail wires also.
and then lines down to the bows and running back to the middle Pullerts
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Yes, one on Stb side, and one on Port side. and outside the rail wires also.
and then lines down to the bows and running back to the middle Pullerts
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Re: Parasailor and Lagoon 380

Careka you don't run a mainsail with the Para, does your handbook advise to or not?

Cheers great vid!!!!!
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Careka you don't run a mainsail with the Para, does your handbook advise to or not?

Cheers great vid!!!!!
The answer from Jerry at Parasailor is no, main sail may block the wind, as you are sailing on a broad reach or running
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Re: Parasailor and Lagoon 380

Just wondering which Lagoons this direction from the factory applies to, we are about to buy twin headsails for trade wind sailing working from the same foil (the existing genoa foil).
Tossing up wether a gennaker or code zero?
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Careka you don't run a mainsail with the Para, does your handbook advise to or not?

Cheers great vid!!!!!
i keep it simpel, i put my mainsail hoist rope(if i can call it that) back out at the boom end and take some tension, to suport the mast when the main is not up.
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mainsail hoist rope = main halyard
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Main sail hoist rope= backstay


You have to keep tention on the backstay to support the mast. Because the Parasailor will but much tention on the mast .
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Re: Parasailor and Lagoon 380

I!'m also looking at rigging for a spinnaker on my L380. Could someone Please confirm that the the halyard comes down from one of the forward sheaves at the top of the mast to a block that is shackled on the existing tang that is just above the forestay. If so, what type of block would be suitable there. Do people have trouble stopping the block "rattling" around when there is no tension on the halyard?

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