working jib and main together in puffs
Likely it's out there, but I haven't found discussion about how in real time to work the jib, main, and vang together in puffs that cause the Scot to heel and create strong weather helm. Do you ease the jib first or the main first? Do you sequence jib and main, or ease at same time? Do you first work the vang if there is "room" to tighten it as the puff is coming or hits, or just work the jib and main? what is the actual back and forth interplay between jib and main as you navigate puffs? and does anyone tighten the cunnigham and vang at same time to take on puffs? Any thoughts out there re this real time "dance" among these factors during a puff?