Here are a few rigging pics:
1. forward block and cam cleat (jamb cleat would also work) on an Oasis:
2. mainsheet rigged on an Adventure showing forward and aft blocks (same concept).
Note: Use caution if using a swivel block at the aft padeye. Any bias in the line will twist the sheet, thereby binding or freezing it and rendering it inoperable! Since you can't reach this location while underway, you won't be able to release your sail. Either use a non-swivel block or remove all the line bias by running it back and forth through the block before connecting it. ALWAYS run your mainsheet back and forth and check for any binding or fouling before embarking!
3. Tip (not shown) Always put a simple knot at the bitter end of your mainsheet after rigging so if you loose it, it won't run completely out of the blocks.
4. Detachable mainsheet with separate "tail" for securing sail. This makes faster and easier sail set-up and take down, especially on the water. You can use a snap hook or carabiner to attach/detach your mainsheet quickly:
You can make a matching quick disconnect "tail" to secure your furled sail:
5. The sail is easy to carry with you in case there is no wind (or too much). Note -- mainsheet is pre-rigged and ready to attach:
A simple loop attached to the forward hatch secures the mast foot when stowed (location would vary slightly by model):