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Topic: Furling line
Posted By: PRCH
Subject: Furling line
Date Posted: 01 June 2018 at 07:22
Hi all,

What system/device do You use to lock the furling line in the cockpit end?


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Peter

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S/Y Schisslaweng, Hanse 312, #212



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Posted By: S&J
Date Posted: 01 June 2018 at 08:12
I am surprised that Hanse do not provide any mechanism for this.
I have added an additional padeye and use a Spinlock BRS jamming block.
I have a second (larger) block for my asymmetric spinnaker sheets.  I rarely need to lock the spinnaker sheet on port tack when I just use the winch, but I use my jib sheet control as my spinnaker tack line so on starboard tack I do need to lock off the spinnaker sheet when adjusting the tack on the winch.




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H385 #351 Ningaloo UK south coast (2018)


Posted By: cptgood
Date Posted: 01 June 2018 at 10:33
I use  the mooring cleat when sailing then ,when I have to moor,  I fixed a cleat like the one below on the pushpit and use that when stj is furled. 



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Hanse320 - Hull#100/08


Posted By: jeb
Date Posted: 01 June 2018 at 13:47
I don't have any pictures but I have mounted a jammer close to the rail (in the position S&J has the forward padeye/block) and then a block in the free eye in the pushpit. I have my spinnacker/Gennacker block in the same eye. I have a Hanse 400 and it works wery well since I have in total 4 winches for sheeting (2 for German mainsheet and 2 for my Genua). For flexibility I have jammers for my main sheet and can use that winch for Gennacker and furling line.

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Jesper
Hanse 400e


Posted By: Martin&Rene
Date Posted: 18 June 2018 at 21:14
S&J
I have taken the tack line back to a pulley on the toerail and this is positioned so that the rope can then go up to the starboard (jib) cabin top winch, as this is not in use when the spinnaker is up.

See
http://www.myhanse.com/bullseye-for-tackline_topic10634_post89234.html?KW=tack#89234


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Martin&Rene Hanse 341 Dipper Wheel steering, 3 cabin layout & shallow keel, normally based in Scotland



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