We assume that the fore and main courses were rigged in the same way, but only have the main course to examine. It has three cringles on each leech for bowlines and five cringles on the foot for buntlines. It was found with four six-hole euphroes for its martnets, which were used on the courses instead of leechlines. Martnets were not used on mizzen sails, but brails were. We are not sure how many, because the mizzen does not survive. All of the square sails except the two on the bowsprit have cringles for bowlines, three on each leech in every case, and we have a number of dead blocks which we believe were used in the bowline bridles.