Here are the plans and a photo for my Tiller Tamer implementation. Parts Required: 2 Screw Eye Bolts 1 S-Hook 1 Jam Cleat Various line Total cost should be under $15 The key to this design is that the shock cord travels over the tiller and therefore avoids entangling with the stuff below. 1) You may wish to experiment with the lengths of line and shock cord. 2) Make sure that 'Line A' doesn't jam when going through the Eye Bolt. I used 4mm line here. 3) Try to achieve full movement of the S-hook through it's maximum travel. 4) Make sure the first Screw Eye is no closer than 13 1/2" from end, or it will hit the transom and inhibit full movement of the rudder. 5) To disassemble, simply remove 'Line A' from the S-Hook and leave in the boat. The tiller and rudder assembly can then be removed. 6) I tried to show how I rigged the traveler line in the diagram. Essentially, the traveler stopper knot is ABOVE the hole and runs below and around the gunwale. Then I made a Figure-8 knot above to create a loop. The I tied 'Line A' through this loop with a Bowline knot. Hope that makes sense. I have found that this setup works quit well when sailing. Enjoy and please let me know if you build one! Note that the lines extending off the photo above attaches to the rear corners of the boat. Note the dimensions shown above.