Noun(1) a rope for raising or lowering a sail or flag
(1) If the mast was not unstepped, sailboat owners should check the halyards .(2) On those boats that have internal halyards, all halyards (except, again, the main) should be disconnected from the deck and hauled through until the shackles are two-blocked at the masthead.(3) At daybreak, I found Jonathan hopping around the deck with halyards and ropes.(4) All stays, halyards and standing rigging are adjustable with tiny turubuckles, and four AA batteries power the servos and eight batteries run the hand control unit.(5) All halyards and sail controls are led aft to the cockpit concealed under fiberglass panels so that there is nothing to foul or trip over.
1. halliard ::
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