Mast bury when using a tabernacle might be considered to be pivot
point to lock pin. Additional support in the tabernacle might be
arranged by more pins / crossbars, etc but then lowering / raising the
mast would take a bit longer.
Bottom support to top support in the tabernacle would be bury.
Tabernacle strength would be another ( related) matter.
--- In email@example.com, ANDREW AIREY <andyairey@...> wrote:
> I take it that a tabernacle fastened to the keel and
> the mast fastened to the tabernacle would count as a
> single mast for these purposes - an thinking of
> counterweighted masts for bridge clearance purposes
> Andy Airey
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