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Old 15-08-2016, 15:24   #1
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Location: Channel Islands, CA
Boat: Lagoon 400 S2
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Reef line routing 400S2 (mine's messed up)

If you own or have access to a 400 S2, could you please list how the lines are run to the mast and boom? Our sail got rerigged, and it's clear they are reinstalled wrong.

My boat came with an Owner's Manual, and a User Manual -- and they list different line configurations! Here's what my manuals say:

Mast Port Side (from Front to Back):
Owners: Spin Halyard, Gen Halyard, Main Halyard, Topping Lift
Users: Spin Halyard, Gen Halyard, Main Halyard, mainsheet

Mast Aft Side (From Port to SBoard):
Owners: Reef 1, Reef 2, Reef 3, Mainsheet
Users: Topping Lift, Reef 1, Reef 2, Reef 3

Also, our lines seem to be swapped going through the boom (see pic), causing chafe on the tack of the mainsail. Bizarre. Can you peek and see how your tracks/lines are ordered inside the boom?

Thanks for checking.
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