To have the sails unfurled and rigged ready for sailing
rigged - if you have rigged up an object you have constructed it by using only materials that were avible at the time.
The word unfurled is a verb. The story became more suspenseful as it unfurled. Preparing for the picnic, she unfurled the blanket on the lawn.
"I have unfurled your plan, Dr. Evil!" "My life unfurled before my eyes, my memories returned to me."
If you mean the Australian football league then no.
To spread or open (something) out or become spread or opened out. * To release from a furled state.
what does "rigged to blow" mean? It sounds like an old nautical term.
furl means like Free . doing what you want . Example : Until the next Yuletide come when the sounds again could be unfurled . Clue : Unfurled mean to be released from a furled state . Hope this helps you . I'm really bad at explaining . :(
When they are unfurled
Pt Jawaharlal Nehru first unfurled the Indian flag in Lahore
if your using the term i am thinking of by the word rigged then i would say i rigged the ropes. Or if it was the other meaning you could say i was rigged with tiredness or something like that. hope this helps.