Secure the bottom front (tack) of the mainsail and jib to their respective shackles on the boom and the bow of the boat.
Sailboats cannot sail directly into the wind. As shown below, the red zone in the diagram indicates a "no go" zone when under sail. To sail to windward, a sailing vessel must sail about 45-50 degrees off the wind and change direction by tacking (or zig-zag).
Although the mainsail is hoisted first, it is the jib that is trimmed first. There are two jib sheets, one for each side of the boat. Pull on the jib sheet on the the side away from the wind (leeward side). This is the active sheet while the other is called the lazy sheet.
Let out the main sheet until the front edge just starts to luff, then pull it back just until it stops.
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Learn about the different parts of a sailboat, learn about the different types of sailboats, learn the common terms used on the yacht, to understand navigation buoys.
Watch the front of the sail edge on the main and jib, watch your wind indicators (telltales), close reach...
Perform a detailed visual check, determine the wind direction, point the boat into the wind...
Some researchers attribute the invention of mankind sail almost the forward wheel, which is understandable - the river served us and sometimes fishing, and communication routes.
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