windward side and main pulled tight since the sail is spilling a bit. Works great but make sure your bimini supports are cut down to your standing height. Nofineartlight
Is your boom also pulled to windward? Or do you ease the mainsheet to bring it back to center? Mike Recess #289 From: email@example.com@ymail.com
We sail with our Bimini up more than 80% of the time without any issues. The previous owner however did raise the boom up about 6 inches to accommodate for thesteve_m_h
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