hzeeman Posted March 12, 2007 Report Share Posted March 12, 2007 After having sailed 6 races in light conditions at Trial bay I just had to ask what may appear to be very obvious to Nacra sailors but ot to a ex stingray sailor. Sailing without a boom is so different, on a S/ray I would still crank on the main when working but would have the mast rotation right out allowing a full sail forward. When cranking on the Nacra, the main sail became as flat as a plank thus reducing a lot of lift? What's everyone's thoughts on this. Should I have moved the mainsheet hook back a couple of spaces on the main sail. never gave it a thought at the time Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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