In my previous article, I described some basic concepts and techniques of sailing on how to go about raising the mast and rigging of the boom up to the mast. This article explains the beginners sailing increase mainsail. Provided that the boat on the water in preparation for sailing.
Sailing Tips: First, I have the pole position with a piece of rope that I “bar chord” is my term for sailing a piece of rope between two clips on each side of the stern of my boat is mentioned.
Here’s how I combined the rudder ropes. I cut a piece of rope just long enough this time to wind around the bar, and achieve both port and starboard stern cleats. Once the length of the cable in place, I put the rope with a simple pole pulling or pushing the control handle to stop. then release the sailing boat dock and jump on board and with the outboard in reverse and rear port just delete.
Then stop depending on the direction of the current I, the nose of the bow into the wind, outboard, and lock the handle in a neutral position for the boat pointed into the wind to keep the string bar. Sailing Tip: another person with you is even easier, because a person may publish on the boat in the wind keeping up with the kicker on, while the other team can focus on the main sailing rig.
I luff of the mainsail into the mast. The luff of the sail is the name of the attachment points on the luff of the sail. I then carefully into the sail, while at the same time the increase of the sail by simultaneously pulling downward movement in the event of the web unsupported one leg of the host until the top of the mast.
Now I’m ready to walk the mainsail to the tree. Then I take the line or rope clew of the sail for a time the longest part of the mainsail, which is contrary to the stern. I then entirely on the rest of the sail with the boom and tie line peepers. This allows me, the tree of the center line of the boat to port or starboard angle. Some boats have a rail system, which is more demanding, but now I’ll stick to the block purchase. Now, the mainsail is ready to sail.