And it comes in handy from time to time.
For the mainsheet, we'll start with the standard Flying Scot system: a swivel cleat mounted on the aft end of the centerboard trunk. Large ratchet block to come.
This system has the advantage of being easy to release.
At the bow, TwoBeers installed a stainless stem fitting that Derek at JTR made.
This will anchor the headstay. (She said, blithely.)
Twobeers has fitted a couple of temporary jib cleats in place. Using the existing stainless jib-tracks for a turning block, the jib sheets will cross the centerboard trunk and cleat there (for now).
(Why yes, that is the unwieldy telephone-pole mast in the middle of the photo. It doesn't have a good resting place elsewhere.)
We're impatient to start water-testing the beastie, but there are a few more essential elements to add before Frankenscot can try to swim.