Unformatted text preview: Ickle. Eye—bolt with shackle
l. fastened to the deck and used
spars or boats in place. my. Additional rope running
stay acting as a substitute in
damage. Also. a synonym for
snr. ; rigging. Fixed rigging used ort the masts. .. The aftermost shrouds on fore
in masts. the last of all the
. to be set up. - t backshys. Ropes supporting
mast from the hack, set up r1 the topmast CROSS-Tiler.
and the ship’s bulwarks. There ween one and three to the side,
ing on the size of the ship. Lt stay. Rope or wire :ing the topmast from the front.
at the top is put round the t head while the bottom end
fled to the bowsprit (for the lst) or the deck (for main and
mm). Itay. Horizontal stay running
n the mast CAPS (04.02.). ngth of thick rope or chain by I yard is hoisted. Attached at i to a topsail or topgaﬂant yard.
rough at sheave at the mast-head,
down to the halyard. Often
:red together with the halyard he latter’s name. vb). To dismantle a ship’s
g and running rigging. tapmast tapstay topmast backstays fewer tapstay rath'm’s royaf backstay topgaﬂant
backstay royalI stay topgaﬂant stay topgaHnnt shrouds
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I— IOPHMSI stay :1 topmest shrouds (or rigging) lower mast stat)I lower shrouds (or rigging} ianyam's 6' deadq'es (for tightening rigging) ...
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- Spring '09