I once set 5 sails at the same time on my Arpege in the 70s. It is called good fun and learning about sail handling. You might also try a mizzen on a boat hook from one of the back stays and a spanker set below the boom.
Forget about all these purists and instruction books. Go for it. Choose a calmish day and enjoy but remember that you have to get them in again if the wind comes up.
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Thread: Hanking on a sail to a babystay?
14-04-12, 16:01 #11If you sail by the lee, eventually you will gybe.
15-04-12, 19:53 #12
[QUOTE=jerrytug;3483423]....... Bearing in mind she was definitely not designed to be rigged as a cutter [QUOTE]
Neither was my boat, but with the stay shifted to parallel the forestay and sails cut to suit she became a superb all-weather performer without the drawbacks of a Genoa.
You might find it worthwile to take a look at my album "A unique Pionier 10" (by clicking on "Krusty")
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17-04-12, 11:30 #15Registered User
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Thanks for the further replies,that`s just what I had in mind Digbydog and Krusty! Brilliant! Your `babystays`l` certainly looks useful indeed on the pioneer cheers for the inspiration matey!
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17-04-12, 17:14 #16If you sail by the lee, eventually you will gybe.
17-04-12, 22:52 #17