The general term for the arrangement of spars and sails on a boat, as in ‘cutter rig’. One also says of a boat that ‘she’s cutter-rigged’. But the spars, stays and sails themselves are not collectively ‘the rig’ in the sense that one might want to say, ‘We removed the rig and stored it under cover’. In fact that case you would have to say that you have ‘removed the spars, sails and rigging…’. The rigging includes the wire stays and shrouds and their associated rigging screws. Various common rigs are discussed under their own entries: Bermudan, Cat, Cutter, Gunter, Ketch, Lug, Schooner, Sloop and Yawl.