|Sails and Sail Handling|
|CDI Furling System - Roller furling consists of a tough plastic extrusion that slips over the headstay, and a hardware system for rotating the furling extrusion. The leading edge of either the jib or genoa slides into a groove on the rear side of the extrusion. By pulling on a line that leads back to the cockpit, the extrusion can be rotated, rolling up the jib or genoa like a window shade is rolled up on its roller. |
Jib Sail - Forward sail that attaches to the forward wire that holds up the mast (headstay), and sheets to adjustable blocks mounted on a track on the cabin top coaming.
Genoa Sail - Large forward sail that replaces the smaller jib and provides a very large increase in sail area. Like the jib, it attaches to the forward wire that holds up the mast (headstay), and sheets to adjustable blocks mounted on a track on the cockpit coaming.
|Jib Equipment - Sheets and cars for the jib sail.|
|Genoa Equipment - Sheets and cars for the genoa sail.|
Cruising Spinnaker with Sheets- Asymmetrical spinnaker flown and controlled like a jib or genoa. Unlike conventional racing spinnakers, it does not require a spinnaker pole or extra hardware.