A diagrammatic representation of the layout of control lines. The turning blocks at the mast base plate have been omitted. The jib halyard exits about seven feet up the mast and cleats-off lower on the mast. The whisker pole topping lift doubles as a derrick (using the whisker pole) for lifting the dinghy onto the foredeck; it also will serve (without the pole) as a halyard for a small "storm" jib for when the working jib would have to be furled in so far that it has no shape left at all. I'll be using an asymmetrical spinnaker, which I'd like to hoist and douse from the cockpit. The second reef line (first reef - my "comfort" reef - will be manually tied in, but when it gets to where I need to reef further I don't want to have to leave the cockpit) runs up to a cheekblock on the mast. The boom downhaul is a 3:1 tackle under the gooseneck.
The deck organizers are Garhauer double-deckers , and the blocks next to them are Lewmar cheekblocks. I hope the other diagrams in this web album will explain anything that's confusing here.