As far as I can tell, it is not set up for easy tabernacling (if that's a word). When I sailed out of Santa Cruz
, many sailors had to get under a bridge only accessible by a power boat
because the fixed bridge height was around 20ft. In line with the pivot point on the mast were equal pivot points on the upper shrouds. Instead of a clevis pin on the pivot point of the shroud
, was a shackle. a rigging
wire to the shackle attached to the deck
5 ft. back. Then the topping lift
(heftier than normal) from the end boom to the upper mast was rigged. A block and tackle set up lowered the mast, so the topping lift
was horizontal. Of course the rear lower shrouds were released before hand. Hope this helps.