The Lazy Jack cover is increasingly replacing the usual boom cover. The reason is definitely easier and faster operation of the entire system. While setting up and lowering the sail on the mast, the sail does not fall onto the deck, but goes directly to the cover. Thanks to this, work on board goes smoothly and quickly.
The cover consists of three elements: one on each side of the boom and a mast link, commonly known as a cap. It must also have a system of cables connecting it to the mast, thanks to which it is properly tensioned. It is attached to the boom with a bolt rope sewn in its lower part and TENAX clasps. In older booms it is necessary to install special guide rails, while in new ones there are often "hidden" side guides, adapted to this system.
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