||Set the traveler out to roughly 6” in from hull. The Main shoudl be sheeted so upper 2-3 leech (trailing edge) tell tails just start to play peek-a-boo behind the mainsail, then sheet out a bit so they stream back. Keep testing the telltales to verify proper trim. Firm up the main as the wind increases in puffs.
||Set the traveler out to roughly 6” in from hull. Main should be sheeted out so the leech (trailing edge) tell tails are flowing smoothly and then sheet in just a tad. The main sheet should not be cleated and continuously adjusted if you want to go fast.
||Set the traveler out to roughly 6” in from hull. Continuously adjust main to be sure you have good backside flow (not stalled). You will need to actively sheet in as you heat it up. Head downwind in the puffs – this is counterintuitive at first, but if you try to head up, you’ll surely swim. Daggers should be raised about half way.