I brought my new-to-me Super Sailfish Mkii home on Saturday, and I noticed something odd about the mast. Instead of simply having a hole in the topcap to run the halyard thru, there are blocks at the top and about a foot above the bottom of the mast, preventing the mast from being able to be removed from the yards (blocks won't fit thru the gooseneck). That's not really a problem. I am pretty sure I can work things out. But has anyone seen a set-up like that on a sailfish? Of course this one also has a swivel cam cleat on it, as well, so I guess I shouldn't be surprised at any other oddities! I am assuming that the main sheet is supposed to go through the lower block and then thru the swivel cam cleat. Seems like a lot of extra complexity for a Sailfish. And I am not really sure that I like the idea of cleating the main sheet on a boat that's only 3 feet wide! But we shall see. I don't thing that sailing it in a good breeze is ever going to get boring, especially with two of us on there!