5) Rig the jib halyard (5:22)
Attach the clip to the bow eyestrap, and run the other end through the block at the bottom of the mast and to the silver cleat on the daggerboard trunk.
For the Jersey Skiff and Lobsterboat, instead run the other end to the black cleat on the left side of the mast and tie it off there.
6) Install the boom (6:30)
Install the boom on the sail track at the back of the mast.
7) Rig the mainsheet (6:57)
Clip the snap hook onto the traveller in back of the boat. (On older models, you may have to tie the main sheet to the steel ring threaded onto the traveller.)
8) Attach the mainsail (8:08)
A. Attach the tack (front) of the sail to the gooseneck.
B. Open each sail ring, wrap it around the mast, and reattach it to the sail.
C. Place the slider at the back of the sail onto the sail track, and run the outhaul line from the back of the sail, through the fairlead at the back of the boom, forward to the cleat on the side of the boom.
D. Clip one end of the main halyard to the top of the sail, and run the other through the fairlead of the cleat on the right side of the mast.
9) Attach the jib (if applicable) (12:58)
A. Attach the tack (front) to the nose of the boat
B. Run the jib sheets, one on each side, to the blocks on the gunwale. Stay outside the shrouds (if necessary.) Tie the ends of the main sheets together. 3. Clip the jib halyard to the top of the jib, and run the other end through the turning block at the base of the mast, and to the silver cleat on the centerboard trunk.
Note: For the Jersey Skiff and Lobsterboat equipped with roller furling, the jib halyard is routed differently:
A. Through the fairlead of the cleat on the left side of the mast<
B. Raise the jib
C. Attach the hauldown block to the jib halyard above the cleat, block down
D. Run the halyard through the hauldown block
E. Tighten the jib halyard until the mast is centered in the mast step
F. Cleat off the halyard and furl the jib.
9b– For Roller Furling rigs only
Run the furling line from the drum at the front of the jib, through the fairleads on the left side of the boat, to the black cleat in the cockpit.
On smaller boats the furler cleat is on the seat near the mast.
On the Jersey Skiff and Lobsterboat, the furling line is routed under the deck right behind the furler, through fairleads behind the deck coaming, to the furler cleat on the inside deck coaming in the cockpit.
10) Raise the sails! (14:58)