Assembly manual
Assembly manual
Assembly manual
Dear Customer,
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It’s our constant endeavour to provide you with products that offer excellent performance
throughout their ownerships period. Which is why, in addition to producing great catamarans,
we have also set up an extensive dealer network around the world.
Naturally, these Nacra Dealers knows everything there is to know about your catamaran and
provides you with the best service possible. So please find your dealer in your region on
www.nacrasaling.com for any servicing needed and make sure that only genuine spares are
used for your Nacra.
This manual will familiarize you with the operation and maintenance of your new Nacra. It will
also provide you with the important safety information which should be read and understood
before moving on to the assembly manual. The assembly & operation manuals of our catamarans can be found under the “after-sales” button on our website; www.nacrasailing.com.
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with? For your iwn comfort and safety, please ensure that you obtain handling and operating
experience before assuming control of the catamaran. Nacra Sailing or National Sailing Federations or yacht clubs will be pleased to advise you about sailing schools or competent instructors.
When you have any quary, please feel free to contact your local dealer.
Happy Sailing.
Table of content
0. Tools ........................................................................................................................ 6
1. Platform assembly ................................................................................................. 7
1.1 Hull assembly ................................................................................................... 7
1.2 Front crossbar pre-bend ................................................................................. 9
1.3 Trampoline .................................................................................................... 10
1.4 Trapeze shockcord ........................................................................................ 11
1.5 Righting line ................................................................................................... 11
1.6 Mast rotation................................................................................................. 12
1.7 Spihalyard blocks ........................................................................................... 12
1.8 Spinnaker blocks ............................................................................................ 12
1.9 Spin tack system ............................................................................................ 13
2. Mast assembly ..................................................................................................... 14
2.1 Diamond wires ............................................................................................... 14
2.2 Spreaders ....................................................................................................... 15
2.3 Diamond tension ........................................................................................... 16
2.4 Spreader rake................................................................................................. 16
2.5 Spinhalyard .................................................................................................... 17
2.6 Main halyard .................................................................................................. 17
2.7 Fixing the stays .............................................................................................. 18
2.8 Jibhalyard ....................................................................................................... 19
2.9 Cunningham system ...................................................................................... 20
3. Rudders ................................................................................................................ 21
4. Rigging .................................................................................................................. 22
4.1 Preparation .................................................................................................... 22
4.2 Raising the mast............................................................................................. 23
4.3 Lowering the mast ......................................................................................... 25
4.4 Snufferbag ...................................................................................................... 26
4.5 Spipole ........................................................................................................... 27
4.6 Jibsheet .......................................................................................................... 28
4.7 Tackline/ cunningham/ boom ....................................................................... 29
4.8 Mastrotation .................................................................................................. 29
4.9 Spinhalyard .................................................................................................... 30
4.10Spinsheet ....................................................................................................... 30
4.11Mainsheet 1:10 .............................................................................................. 31
5. Setting the sails .................................................................................................... 32
5.1 Spinnaker ....................................................................................................... 32
5.2 Raising the jib ................................................................................................. 33
5.3 Lowering the jib .............................................................................................. 33
5.4 Battens............................................................................................................ 34
5.5 Raising the mainsail ........................................................................................ 35
5.6 Lowering the mainsail .................................................................................... 36
6. Parts ...................................................................................................................... 38
6.1 arrival of parts................................................................................................ 38
6.2 Rigbox ............................................................................................................ 39
6.3 Crossbar kit .................................................................................................... 40
6.4 Spreader attachment kit ................................................................................ 40
6.5 Diamond adjuster kit ..................................................................................... 40
6.6 1:16 cunningham kit ...................................................................................... 40
6.7 Misc kit ........................................................................................................... 41
6.8 Rigging set ...................................................................................................... 42
6.9 standard vs. Race .......................................................................................... 43
0. Tools
1.
Torque wrench
socket 14 mm
socket 5/16 hex
2.
Wrench 7/16 2x
3.
Wrench 9/16
4.
Wrench 17 mm
5.
Wrench 22 mm
6.
Allen tool 3mm
7.
Flat Screwdriver
8.
Philips screwdriver
9.
long nose Plier
10.
Pump Plier
11.
“Loose” tension gauge: fixed
12
Grease: watertight + lithium based
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1. Platform assembly
Tools needed:
- torgue wrench
- sockets
1.1 Hull assembly
1.
Place the starboard and port hull next to each other
and make sure that the hulls are facing the same way
2.
Open the crossbar kit and grease the eight beambolt
inserts on the hulls.
use a big wheel trolley and sterns to level the hulls .
3.
Place the crossbars in the crossbar sockets on the
hulls and make sure that the crossbars are facing
the right way.
The front crossbar has a jib track mounted, which
should be on top and facing the front of the boat.
The rear crossbar has two eyelets mounted on the
back which should be facing the back of the boat.
Take time to align the crossbars !
4.
Grease all bolts and make sure the fiberglass washer is at the bottem and the metal washer on top .
The washers for the front crossbar are allready put in the slot on top of the front crossbar.
5.
Handtight all the bolts before putting tension on them.
6.
After hand tightening the bolts, use a torque wrench to tighten the beambolts to 30 Nm maximum.
Do not exceed the recommended 30 Nm, over tightening the bolts results in damaged threads.
7
Tools needed:
- wrench 7/16
- philips screwdriver
7.
Unpack the STA/Master

Mount the STA/Master on the shroud eye
- use a 7/16 wrench

Check if the STA/Master is able to pivot as
shown on the pictures.
- Leave 3mm between shroud eye and
STA/Master as shown on the picture

Be sure that the nylock nut covers the thread
of the bolt.
WARNING
Fully fixing the STA/Master
can cause severe damage to
the shroud eye.
8.
Grease the pre-drilled holes next to the dag
erboardcase. Screw the harken cam cleat on
the hulls using the harken screws. The wire
fairlead is facing inwards.
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1.2 Front crossbar pre-bend

There should always be a pre-bend on the front crossbar. This is been achieved by the tension on the
dolphinstriker.

On new beams the tension on the dolphinstriker must be reset after: -2 hours of sailing and
-10 hours of sailing!

During the season check the pre-bend regularly.
Tools needed:
- wrench 22
- pump plier
4.
1.
Release the tension on the nut located on top.
2.
Release the tension on the nut located under the crossbar
3.
Put grease on both nuts!
4.
Measure 15mm from top crossbar to underside nut
screw the nut under the crossbar until both nuts are tightend.
When the mastpin starts to twist, fixade it with the pump plier
wrench. Protect the mastpin from wearing!
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1.3 Trampoline
2.
1.
Unscrew a beamcap on one side. Then slide the
front edge of the trampoline into the designated
slot. The hiking straps should be facing up.
3.
Loop the rear lacing line through the tie
rod as shown in the picture. Start at the
port side of the trampoline!
Insert the trampoline tie-rod into the
slot in the rear of the trampoline.
Make sure the trampoline is in the middle of the catamaran.
4.
Loop the laces using the
trampoline tie buttons
5.
After tightening go back
one button
7.
8.
Make a loop with the side
lacing line at the last
9.
6.
Tie the rear lacing line with
half hitch knot
Tie the side lace line to the
loop closest to the front
crossbar. Loop the lacing
line making sure the spannerbands and loop look
exactly the same as shown
in the picture
go back two spanner bands
and take the lacing line
through te loop
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10.
The trampoline must
be in the middle of the
boat and in a straight
line before putting
tension on the line!!
tie the lacing line with halfhitch nut at the back of the
pre last spanner.


Tie the footstraps using the hiking
strap ties.
Use the strapeye on the rear crossbar
to tie the footstrap in the middle.
1.4 Trapeze shockcord
1.
Make a loop in the
trapeze shockcord.
2.
Use the ring adjusted
in the middle of the
crossbar under the
trampoline to guide
the shockcord.
3.
Tie the shockcord
on the rear lacing
line on port and
starboard side.
1.5 RIghtning line
1.
Tie one end of the rightning line on the
mastpin under the front crossbar, then
go through the eye in the middle of the
trampoline.
2.
Tie a knot at the top of the trampoline
en put the remaining line in the
pocket.
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NOTE: F18 Infusion
The shockcord goes through the
tube in the hull.
1.6 mast rotation

Take the mast rotation
line and attach one end
to the staymaster
3.
2.
Go through the
harken cleat and
under the side
lacing line.
Use the grommet located in the middle
of the trampoline. Put the remaining
line in the pocket.
1.7 Spinnakerhalyard blocks
1.
Tie a carbo 29mm block in the middle of
the spin halyard shockcord. Lead the
shockcord under the hiking straps
2.
Use the small grommets in the trampoline
and tie both ends to the rear lacing line.
3.
Mount a 29mm carbo block with the trampoline
block tie.
Make sure you do two loops!
1.8 Spinnaker blocks
Attach the 57 mm carbo ratchmatic single spinnakerblocks on
the strap eyes on the hull. Tie the spinnakerblock shockcord
between the spinnakerblocks.
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1.9 Spin tack system
1.
Mount the tack-releaseline. Tie a figure
8 knot on the port side underneath the
trampoline. Attach the ring 4x 25 at the
other end on the starboard side underneath the trampoline.
3.
After the 16mm block use the grommet
on the starboard side of the trampoline
5.
Take the other end of the tackline shockcord and use the small grommet in the
middle of the V-bar to exit. Tie a loop in
the shockcord. This loop will be used to
tie onto the middle of the spinsheet.
2.
4.
Feed one end of the tackline through the
block located underneath the front crossbar next to the mastpin. Then lead the
tackline through the ring, the cleat and the
16mm block next to the cleat.
Tie the tackline shockcord to the end of
the tackline and lead the shockcord
through the grommet on the starboard
side of the trampoline
Note:
The F18 infusion and Carbon 20 has the tackline
guided by a 29mm carbo block attached on the
staymaster.
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2. Mast assembly
Tools needed:
- long nose plier
2.1 Diamond wires

It is preferable to place the mast on supports
while building the mast.
1.
Get the brass fitting from the rigbox kit diamond adjuster and the diamond wires.
2.
Lead the diamond wire through the slots in
the mast. Grease the threads of the diamond
wires and fit one wire into the brass fitting.
3.
To fit the other diamond wire into the brass
fitting let another person coorperate by
turning the diamond wire at the other end.
The brassfitting is asymmetric. Make sure
the brassfitting is in the same position as
shown in the pictures!
5.
Bend the diamond wire tang away
from the mast
4.
Grease the diamond adjuster bolt and adjust the
washers and mastbase in the order as shown on
the picture.
Place the mastbase on the mast and pull the
diamondwires further through the diamond slots
in the mast.
6.
Adjust the diamondwires on the diamondwire
tang with the two clevis pins 1/4 x 1/2 from the
spreader attachment rigbox kit.
The ring must be on the outside! Tape the Ring!
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2.2 spreaders
1.
4.
Grease the spreader tip
Take the spreader tip cover and a monelwire piece. Wind the wire around the
spreader arm and put the two ends
through the cover. Slide the cover over
the spreader arm
Tools needed:
- long nose plier
2.
The spreadertip must be inserted at least
1cm! Lateron you can set the prefered
spreader rake.
3.
Assemble the two spreader bars using the clevis
pins 3/16 x 5/8.
Now mount the spreaders on the mast with the
spreadertip facing forward.
The splitrings must face the bottom of this
mast!
5.
Slide the diamond wires into the slots of
the spreaders.
Make sure the diamond wire is completely in the slot!
6.
Twist the wire ends around each side of
the diamond wire.
7.
Twist the two ends into each other.
8.
Cut off the excess monel wire and ensure it is bent
neatly onto the diamond wires to prevent the wire
from tearing the sails.
9.
Use vulkanizing tape to tape the spreader ends and
the pins and rings
Protect your sails, make sure no sharp wire ends
are sticking out!
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2.4 spreader rake
Measure the spreaderrake by placing a batten on the diamond stays next to the spreaders. Measure
to the back of the mainsailtrack.
You can change the spreader rake by unleashing the tension on the diamonds and adjusting the
spreader tip. Always check if the spreader tips are screwed out equally.
Base settings: set spreaders on 45 mm.
Not respecting the minimum or maximum spreader
rake can cause severe damage/ breakage of the mast
while sailing.
Minimum spreader rake
Maximum spreader rake
15 mm
70 mm
For specified tuning settings, check the
trimsheets on www.nacrasailing.com
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2.3 diamond tension
1.
Tools needed:
- wrench 17mm
- “Loose” tension gauge
Put tension on the diamond wires by tightening the mast bolt with an wrench size
17mm. Use the “loose” tension gauge to measure the tension on the diamonds.
Base setting Nacra 17, Nacra F18 infusion and Nacra F20 Carbon ( FCS)
* Set the diamond tension at 35 ( 225 KG) for 4mm wire.
Base setting Nacra 16
* set the diamond tension at 28 (190 KG) for 3mm wire.
Diameter wire
Minimum load (KG) Maximum load (KG)
3 mm
170 KG
250 KG
4 mm
195 KG
360 KG
Overdoing the minimum or maximum diamond tension can cause severe
damage to the mast while sailing.
2.
After putting tension on the mast check if the mast is straight. Take a look along the
rail from mast base to mast top.
If the mast is bended to starboard:

Unleash the diamond tension

Detach the port diamond wire at the tang and shorten the wire with 1 full
twist clockwise.

Attach the port diamond wire at the tang and put tension on the mast bolt
again. Redo this process if necessary
If the mast is bended to port:
3.

Unleash the diamond tension

Detach the starboard diamond wire at the tang and shorten the wire with 1
full twist clockwise.

Attach the starboard diamond wire at the tang and put tension on the mast
bolt again. Redo this process if necessary
Tape the rings of the diamond tang when done.
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2.5 spinaker halyard
1.
Take the spin bale line and a carbo 29 mm T2 block. Lead
one end of the spin bale line through the pre drilled holes
in the mast and tie a figure 8 knot. Lead the other end of
the spin bale line through the of the block before mounting it to the mast.
Tape the ends of the bale line to slide easily through the
pre drilled holes!
top
2.
3.
Adjust the block line to the top of the
block and the strapeye above. Fixate the
block on the same height as the bale line!
Adjust the big bullet pivoting. The cleat is
facing downwards
4.
Pull the spinaker halyard throug the topblock
5.
Attach the dynema wire end of the spinaker halyard
temporary to the big bullet
2.6 Main halyard
1.
Mount the mast sheeve with the clevis
pin 1/4 x 3/4 WL
2.
Tape the ring!
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Lead the main halyard line first around the mast
sheeve. Then through both eyes of the main
halyard swifel and guide the line towards the
mastbase, using a small screwdriver
Make sure the line goes through both eyes of
the main halyard swivel!
3.
Tie a figure 8 knot at the bottom
of the mast
4.
Tie the other end of the main halyard line with a
figure 8 knot to the eyelet on the main halyard
ring. Tie everything temporally to the mast.
1.
Take the shackle 8mm 5/16, 2 nylon washers, the
shrouds and forestay. Adjust them as shown in the
picture. The fore stay must be in the middle.
Make sure the ring of the forestay is inwards!
2.
Take the shackle 6mm 1/4, 2 nylon washers and the
trapeze wires. Put the shackle through the middle
hole and adjust a trapeze wire on each side.
Tighten both shackles firmly!
2.7 Fixing the stays
Tools needed:
- long nose plier
3.
Secure the shackle using the last monel
wire piece. Do as shown in the picture.
Cut the excess wire and bend it back
through the hole of the shackle pin before
taping it!
4.
Tape the monel wire piece using the vulcanizing tape.
Check for sharp edges and tape if necessary!
5.
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Unscrew the wire-end of the staymaster and
mount it to the fork terminal of the shroud.
Use the clevis pins 1/4x5/8.
2.8 jibhalyard
1.
2.
Take the jibhalyard and go
through the eye of the adjusted
forestay.
Both ends go through the ring at the forestay
TOP
check if the ring is located at the mastside.
3.
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Adjust one end with a bowline at the
eyelet of the S-hook. The other end is
adjusted with a figure-8 knot using the
small hole
2.9 Cunningham system
1.
Take the 1:16 cunningham
kit and tie the d12 5mm
line to the 16 mm double
blocks.
2.
Loop the cunninghamline
through the blocks as
shown on the drawing.
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3. rUDDERS
1.
Assemble the upper and lower
casting on the rudderblade. Use a
flat screwdriver
3.
3.
22mm
2.
Use the self locking slot for the nylock nut at the
port side of the castings!
Measure from the back of the
casting to the heart of the
eye screw.
4.
This must be 22 mm!
- fix the eyescrew with a 9/16
wrench.
4.
Check if the casting is able to
pivot with out any resistance.
If not, gently bend the pin of
the rudder gudgeon in the right
direction.
5.
5.
If you want to change the rudder rake, change
the rubber for a smaller or bigger rubber.
Parts are available at parts@nacrasailing.com
Warning
Changing the standard supplied distance (22mm) of the rudder system eyescrew
can cause severe damage to rudder system, stern and rudder .
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Tools needed:
- flat screwdriver
- philips screwdriver
- 7/16 wrench 2x
- 9/16 wrench
3.
Put the boat on high support or a trailer to allign the rudders. High enough
to lock down the rudders
Rod
lenght
5.
Take the Philips screw out of the tillerarm.
6.
Place the tiller extension in between
the arms
check if the connector for the joystick
is on top!!
7.
Measure the length between the middle of the rudders at the
back and front of the rudders. Measure at the same horizontal
level!
8.
The rudders must face 2 mm inwards, this is adjustable by
changing the rod length.
9.
Check if the rod lenght is the same at both sides before you
screw in the phillipscrew.
10.
Fix the sliding bolt for the kick up tension, with
the rudder locked in. Push the bolt forward and
fix the bolt while you’re still pushing forward.
Use two 7/16 wrenches.
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4. Rigging
4.1 preparation
1.
Mount the bridle wires, stay adjuster and
compression pole on the bridle connection fitting.
Use the clevis pins 1/2 x 1/4
2.
Adjust the ring 3x20 ss under the bridle
on each side as shown in the picture.
Note: The F18 Infusion has no compression pole and bridle connection fitting but
a spi pole holder ring.
5.
Attach the schrouds to the staymaster to the
staymaster use the clevispin 1/4 x 5/8 WL .
3.
Place the mast with care on the trampoline with
the masttrack down, support the back of the
mast to prevent it from scratching!
4.
Check if the rigging and the shackles are
connected on the mast as have shown in the
manual.
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Make sure the staymaster is at his maximum
length:10!
6.
Attach the adjustable trapeze to the trapeze
wires. Check page ...how to assemble the system.
7.
Tie the adjustable trapeze wire to the trapeze
shockcords.
Check if the shrouds and trapeze wires are in
the right order before raising the mast!!
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4.2 Raising the mast
Before raising the mast the boat should be steady on level ground. If the surface is not level, point the bows
downhill. If the boat is on a trailer be sure it is tied down and the trailer tongue is secure to the hitch!
1
1.
Place the mastbase on the mastball.
2.
1 holds the mast up with one spreader arm facing
downwards, so the mastfoot doesn’t hit the crossbar!
2 mount the mast pin and splitrings in the mastfoot.
2
CAUTION: Check for overhead wires and be sure
the area behind the boat is clear of people! A mast
which comes in contact with electrical power lines
can cause serious injury or death!
3.
Check if all wires are in between the hulls
4.
1 walks forward lifting the mast and hand over the
mast to 2
2 holds the mast with one spreaderarm facing
downwards!
5.
2
1
1 grabs the trapezewires located on the front
1
2
5.
1 pulls the mast by hanging easily on the trapezewires
2 push the mast upwards, still making sure the
mastfoot doesn’t hit the crossbar.
WARNING!
CAUTION: Check for overhead wires and be sure the area behind the boat is clear of people! A
mast which comes in contact with electrical power lines can cause serious injury or death.
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1
2
6.
1 holds the mast forward pulling on the trapeze
2 grab the forestay
2
7.
2 attach the forestay to the shroud adjuster.
1
8.
Tape the rings!
9.
Put tension on the
shrouds.
WARNING!
CAUTION: Check for overhead wires and be sure the area behind the boat is clear of people! A
mast which comes in contact with electrical power lines can cause serious injury or death.
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4.3 Lowering the mast
Before lowering the mast the boat should be steady on level ground. If the surface is not level, point the bows
downhill. If the boat is on a trailer be sure it is tied down and the trailer tongue is secure to the hitch!
2
Detach the spipole!
2.
Check if the mast pin is in the mastfoot !!
3.
Undo the tension of the staymasters. Set them
on maximum length:10
4.
1 holds the mast forward pulling on the trapeze
2 release the forestay from the stay adjuster.
1
10
4.
1.
1 guides the mast by hanging easily on the
trapezewires
2 lowers the mast, twist the mast with one
spreaderarm facing downwards!! making
sure the mastfoot doesn’t hit the crossbar.
1
2
2
5.
1
1 hangs backward lowering the mast
2 lower the mast with one spreaderarm facing downwards!
2
6.
1 holds the mast up with one spreader arm
facing downwards, so the mastbase doesn’t
hit the crossbar!
2 pull the pin out of the mastbase and
take the mast of the mastball. Put the mast
gently on the crossbar.
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WARNING!
CAUTION: Check for overhead wires and be sure the area behind the boat is clear of people! A
mast which comes in contact with electrical power lines can cause serious injury or death.
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4.4 snufferbag
1.
Take the spipole, snuffer ring and
snufferbag and a hex ………..mm.
2.
Unscrew the hexscrew out of the spipole
3.
Slide the snufferbag into the slot of
the snuffer ring
4.
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Screw the snufferring handtight on the spipole,attach the snufferbag on the spipole
using the velcro band.
4.5 spipole
Note: F18 infusion
First slide the spipole througt the spipole holder ring .
1.
Slide the spipole over the spipole pin on the front
crossbar.
Make sure the jibsheet is on top of the spipole
2.
Attach the spipole on the spipole outholder
3.
Push the spipole gently down in order to
attach the front spipole bridle located on
the front of the spipole on the bridle pin
with the clevispins 3/16 x 3/8.
4.
Tie the snufferline in front of the snufferring. The other end must be tied on the
ring at the bridle
The line goes in the slot on the front of
the snuffer ring
5.
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Tie the spipole bridle line in
front of the spipole outholder.
Tie the other end to the rings
at both bridle wires.
4.6 Jibsheet

Take the jibsheet small, one carbo 29mm block and a Shackle D 5mm.

Tie one end onto the middle of the 29mm block and the feed the jibsheet through the the first sheave of the double block located on the
traveller of the selftacking track.

Feed the line through the carbo 29mm block and through the second
sheave of the double block.
2
1
4.
The jibsheet small (1) must be on top of the
jibsheet big (2).
5.
Loop the end through the block on the
spipole located back of the compression
pole
6.
Tie the end of the jibsheet small to the 16mm
block already attached at the jibsheet big.
7.
Feed the track travellerline of the jib
through the cleat mounted on the spipole to range the track.
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4.7 Tackline—cunningham—boom


Pull the tackline forward and feed the the
tackline through the 29mmblock on the front of
the spipole. Tie a figure-8 knot in the line.
Tie both ends of the cunninghamline to the shockcord coming, wich is accessable by pulling the
mouseline pre-installed in the front crossbar.

Mount the boom on the mast using the
philips screw .
Tools needed:
- philips screwdriver
4.8 mastrotation
1.
Loop the pre-installed mastrotationline through
the ring located at the mastratator arm. Then go
back through the same grommet.
2.
Use the cleat on the other side and tie the end
of the line to the staymaster.
3.
Tie the end of the quick release line to the
boombale
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4.9 Spinhalyard
1
1.
Feed the spinakerhalyard through the trampoline
29mm block. Go underneath the cunningham line.
2.
Go underneath the v-bar and through the retrieval
29mm block.
3.
Use the port big grommet to go underneath the
trampoline
3
2
4.
Go through the grommet in the snufferbag
5.
4.10 spinsheet
1.
Tie the shockcord located in front of the
v-bar to the middle of the spinsheet.
2.
Use a batten or tiller extension to pull the spinhalyard through the snufferbag. Tie the line temporary onto the spipole.
Go through the spiblocks as shown on the picture.
make sure the arrows of the rathmatic are inboard!
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4.11 MAINSHEET 1:10
3
1
2
8
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5. Setting the sails
5.1 spinaker
1.
2.
Follow the leading edge of the sail and tie
the spiakerhalyard to the head of the
spinnaker. Tie the end of the spinaker
halyard coming from the top of the mast.
3.
4.
Attach the tack of the spinaker to the
tackline
Follow the foot of the sail back to the
clew. Here you can attach both ends of
the sheet the spinsheet. Make sure the
sheets are in front of the forestay
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Take the other end of the spinakerhalyard
and go through the rings and tie the end to
the loop on the 3rd patch
5.2 Raising the Jib
1.
Hook the jib on the S-hook. Close the
zipper while raising , with the jibhalyard
zipped in with the jibhalyard in between.
2.
Raise the jib until the S-hook is pulled through
the ring.
3.
Gently pull the jib down to lock the S-hook in
the ring.
Note: the jibdownhall is
only standard on the
4.
5.
Feed the jibdownhall line through the 16mmblock located on the starboard side next to the
compression pole. Go through the ring on the
tack of the sail and loop around the pole in order to tie it around the ouholderbase.
Attach the jibsheet small to the
clew of the sail
5.3 Lowering the jib
pull
1.
To lower the jib release the jibdownhall and the
jibsheet small.
2.
Raise the jib a bit and pull on the other line,
while keeping tension on both lines, in order to
unlock the S-hook of the ring
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lift
5.4 battens
1.
Pull the two batten tension lines through the
small hole in the batten from bottom to top.
Make sure each line stays on his own side.
2.
Go through the grommet in the battenpocket
from outside in.
3.
Push the batten forward for tension, tie the
overhand knot at the same time. Just get rid of
the wrinkles in the sail
4.
Finish tying with a square knot and tuck the loose ends in the batten pocket.
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5.5 Raising the mainsail
1.
Roll the mainsail from the bottom to top.
2.
Attach the mainhalyard to the sail.
The knot must be on the mast side.
Occaisionally it can happen that the system works better with the knot on the
other side.
3.
Guide the mainsail into the
slot of the mast
4.
Lift the mailsail with the mainhalyard
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5.
Lift the mainsail until you
reach the masthook.
6.
Gently pull down to lock
the mainhalyard ring in
the masthook.
7.
Slide the foot of the sail
in the mastslot.
5.6 Lowering the mainsail
1
1.
lift
Pull on the mainhalyard
to raise the mainsail.
2
2.
3
Twist
60˚
Twist the mast 60˚ while
still having tension on the
mainhalyard.
3.
4.
pull
Pull the mainsail down.
Gently lower the mainsail
and roll the the mainsail
starting at the foot of the
sail.
Prevent the sail from
folding!
Always roll your mainsail top down with the topbatten taken out
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6. Parts
6.1 Arrival of parts
Reference
quantity
Description
Hull port
12058P
12059P
12048-2P
12051P
1
Hull strbd
12059S
12059S
12048-2S
12051S
1
31573
31622
30994
31145
1
31620
30169
31185
1
40006
40007
40004
40005
1
Front crossbar complete
31584
31607
30045
31142
1
Rear crossbar complete
31583
31610
30086
31144
1
Centerboard port
31599
31673P
31232
31156P
1
Centerboard strbd
31599
31673S
31232
31156S
Rudderblades
31600
31747
30131
30131
2
Uppercasting with hardware Port
40117
40116
40108-2
40108-2
1
Uppercasting with hardware strb
40116
40117
40107-2
40107-2
1
Lowercasting with hardware
30114-2
40100-2
30114-2
30114-2
2
Boom complete
31574
31611
31078
31260
1
Tillerbar with connection part
30137
31612
30137
31562
1
Joystick
30371
30371
30371
31173
1
Trampoline
60277-01/02
60284-01/02
60260-01/02
1
Trampoline tie rod
6027001/02
30291
30291
30291
31276
1
Mainsail
options
60273-01
Options
options
1
Jib
options
60274-01
options
Options
1
Spinnaker
options
Options
options
1
Spi snuffer bag
31572
6027501/02/03
31674
30924
31238
1
Spi snuffer ring
30916
30916
30916
30916
1
40015
40016
1
Spipole complete w/o ring: in hullbox
Mast
Hardwarebox
Owners manual
CE documents
Sailnumbers
Rigbox
31530
40017
40018
6.2 RIgbox
1
2
5
4
6
3
8
11
12
7
15
13
9
14
10
16
Reference
NR.
Description
quantity
1
Kit crossbar
40120
40120
40120
40120
1
2
Kit misc
40129
40130
40122
40122
1
3
Kit spreader attachment
40124
40124
40124
40124
1
4
Kit diamond adjuster small
40126
40126
40126
40126
1
5
Cunningham system 1:16
31731
31731
31731
31731
1
6
Riggingset
40508
40505
40502
40503
1
7
Linepackage race
31589
31618
30682
31169
1
8
big bullet pivoting exit
31719
31719
31719
31719
1
9
vulkaniserend tape
10110
10110
10110
10110
1
10
mast base complete
40114
40111
40111
40112
1
11
compression pole
31700
31700
--------------
31190
1
12
spreader bar aft black
30335
30335
30335
31194
2
13
spreader bar fwd black
30336
30336
30336
31193
2
14
57mm boom block 5sh
30673
30673
30673
30673
1
15
57mm ratchet block 5sh
30958
30958
30958
30958
1
16
Spipole holder ring
—————-
—————-
30216
————-
1
6.3 Assembly kits
40120
Rigbox kit crossbar
1
4
2
3
5
6
NR
discription
reference
1
2
Crossbar bolt front
Crossbar bolt rear
30360
30361
4
4
3
Washer ss rear crossbar
31114
4
4
Fiberglass washer
31113
4
5
Allen tool size 5/16
31456
1
6
NACRA grease
31697
1
Rigbox Kit spreader attachment
1
2
3
4
6
5
reference
1
4
6
5
2
discription
1
spreader bar screw fine
30337
2
2
clevis pin 3/16 x 5/8 WL
31624
6
3
clevis pin 1/4 x 1/2 WL
30524
2
4
Split Ring
30553
8
5
spreader tip cover
30322
2
6
Monel wire piece
31462
3
reference
2
5
4
40126
discription
1
bolt diamond adjuster
30187
1
2
brass fitting
31701
1
3
washer ss front crossbar
31117
1
4
fiberglass washer
31113
1
5
mast step pin
30356
1
6
Split Ring
30553
2
NR
3
quantity
NR
discription
quantity
31731
cunningham system 1:16
1
40124
NR
Rigbox Kit diamond adjuster
3
quantity
reference
quantity
1
16mm double
30649
2
2
wire block 29mm
30634
2
3
Split Ring
30553
2
4
d12 5mm
10055
2
5
bullet pivoting exit
31720
1
6.4 misc kit
1
4
3
10
9
13
6
2
12
11
8
7
16
14
5
17
19
20
21
15
18
22
23
24
25
26
reference
27
NR
discription
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Daggerboard holder wide
(spare)
Screw 4.2x25mm
(spare)
Staymaster 1/8”
Clevis pin 1/4 x 5/8 WL
(staymaster)
Clevis pin 1/4 x 1/2 WL
(bridle)
Clevis pin 3/16 x 3/8 WL
(spibridle)
Clevis pin 3/16 x 5/8 WL
(compression pole)
Clevis pin 1/4 x 3/4 WL
(Mast sheeve)
Split ring
Shackle 8mm 5/16
Shackle 6mm 1/4
Shackle washer nylon
Shackle D 5mm
s-hook jib
Main halyard ring w/shackle
Ring 4x25mm ss
Carbo 29mm single fixed assymetric (1 extra for f18 inf./C20)
Harken 29mm T2 carbo soft attach single (spi block top)
Carbo 57 ratchmatic single
Cleat harken small w/ wire fairlead
31590
31463
30372
31077
30524
30488
31624
30416
30553
30779
30685
40201
31458
30334
30312
30816
30640
31904
30605
31470
2
4
2
2
6
2
2
1
13
1
1
4
1
1
1
1
4
1
2
2
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
Screw for harken cam cleat
shroud adjuster
Bridle connection fitting
Shackle 6mm w/shockcord
Mast sheave
Ring 3x20mm ss
Allen tool size 3
31466
30326
31698
30683
30185
30702
31714
4
1
1
1
1
2
1
(Only F16/N17/C20)
(spare N17)
quantity
6.5 Riggingset
2
1
3
5
4
Reference
Nr.
quantity
Description
forestay
31728-2
31613
30218-2
31147-2
1
shroud
31581-2
31614
30696-2
31146-2
2
trapeze wire double
31582
30222
30222
31151
2
diamond wire
31578
30223
30223
31154
2
bridle wire
31577
31617
30220
31148
2
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6.6 Trapeze systems
option adjustable trapeze
NR.
discription
reference
quantity
1
Shackle D 5mm hex
31707
4
2
Clam cleat trapeze cl253
30923
4
3
Trapeze block black
30692
4
4
Trapeze ring race
30681
4
5
Trapeze stop
30938
4
6
Line package adjustable trapeze
31713
1
option can’t miss
NR.
discription
reference
quantity
1
Trapeze ring can’t miss
30333
4
2
Trapeze height adjuster
30695
4
3
Line package standard trapeze
31712
1
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