HOW TO DEFINE YOUR FLAG HALYARD LENGTH


– At the (aft) lower diagonal schroud,
 set the positioning hitch to center your
 halyard (without flag) between the
 mast and the cap shroud (see picture).
 This way you prevent the flag from hitting
 the shroud or mast and wearing it out,
 plus making an annoying sound
 when you are below.


– Set the Button shroud cleat not less than
20 cm. below the hitch.


– Finally adjust your halyard length to
 make it fit around the Button cleat.

No matter how many flags you fly, the adjustable
button shroud cleat adapts easily to
the varying length of your halyard.


Use 3-4 mm. halyard rope.
Preferably 3 mm (1/8”) braided polyester.
Maintenance: Rinse with freshwater.

 

How to install a flag halyard.
Attaching spreader flag, burgee or pennant
 
with flag halyard toggles.

Neat spreader flag halyard fastening.

* No chafing damage to sails.

* No messy fluttering spreader flag halyards.
* Low on windage. * No sharp projections.

*
No matter how many flags you fly, the adjustable
 button shroudcleat  adapts easily to
the varying length of your halyard.
* Ultimate corrosion resistance in ocean conditions.

* Better than a conventional shroud cleat.
* Easy installation.  * Amazingly simple.