Multihull rig tune with Mitch Booth **

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Mitch BoothDouble Olympic medallist and world champion in numerous cat classes, Mitch Booth talks through the basics of good rig set-up on a multihull. "With the speeds that modern twin-trapeze cats achieve, upwind sailing is all about minimising drag in the hull and rig. The first priority is to get the windward hull out of the water, but once you’ve done that you can think about knocking the power out of the sails and flattening them off as much as possible whilst keeping that hull flying....."




 

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