Hi Martyn, the best you can do is to purchase books and plans. This rigging plan in Lanitzki's book "Die Vasa von 1628".
but you would need further material to understand it. The side-profile from the museum would help, but you would also have to learn the terminologie. I also have th side-views of the plan above but These are some seven or eight Sheets, so nothing really that can be attached as a PDF-file.
The deAgostini rigging plan is not very close to the original, as it is greatly simplified and some of the belaying furniture is incorrect. The Lanitzki drawings are a little better, although not entirely accurate either. Much of the rigging reconstruction is conjectural in any case, since direct evidence of how lines were led is minimal. We can be cofident about some lines, such as the lower halliards and sheets and tacks, topsail sheets, topropes, and a few others, but much of the rest is based on combining the block types we have with secondary evidence, which is usefully summarized in Anderson's study of 17th-century rigging.