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a snatch block that is connected to the aft end of a boom and that is used in a manner similar to a barber hauler to adjust a spinnaker’s sheeting angle farther outboard. The snatch block is a flying block placed on the spinnaker sheet between the clew and the aft sheet block. It is manually adjusted by means of a control line led through turning blocks or fairleads along the boom’s underside to its aft end. See also: inhauler and Racing Rules of Sailing for 2013-2016 rule 50.3. Compare to: twinger.

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