Flying scot jib sheets


This Jib Block Assmebly works on the Lightning, Highlander, Flying Scot and Interlake. It is built with two 29mm Carbo T2 blocks spliced 8-10" apart with a 12-Strand Dyneema Line. No shackles or rings needed. Just luggage tag them on to your jib.Flying Scot Skipper Information File (SIF) August 1, 2016 Sailing Club of Washington Page 4 of 13 Safety First! Safe Boating is no Accident g) Pick up the boat safety kit (boat registration, radio, first aid, etc.) for the boat you have reserved. h) Sails with battens are stowed in the boats. Moving the end of the tiller over to the edge of the boat lets the Flying Scot tack smoothly, and she moves to the port side as the boom crosses the center of the boat. John releases the port jib sheet and Eric pulls in the starboard one as Martha finishes the tack. Preparing the Flying Scot to Leave: •Hook boat trailer up to golf cart (securely … i.e. check this!) •Remove boat cover and stow in shed (fold front to back) •Install drainInstall drain plug inspect rudder mainsheet swivel hull rigging meat hooks and painterplug, inspect rudder, mainsheet swivel, hull, rigging meat hooks and painterIntroducing the Flying Scot Beginner Training Series! New Flying Scot crew members at Clinton Lake are initialy trained to start, tack, jibe, and round marks from the center of the boat. When your ...