Basic course on sailing; the jib and genoa.
How to adjust, what are the shapes of the sail and what manoeuvres we need to know to optimise its function.
The jib is the headsail that balances the action of the mainsail. The course illustrates the basics of shape, materials and adjustments of halyards, travellers, and sheets for optimal shape. Adjusting the jib correctly allows us to navigate optimally and to less strain the materials with which the sails are built, as well as lighten the load on all the equipment.
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