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7.3b Downwind exercise.
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round and bearing away together to head straight downwind. The boats then go round the leeward mark, back up to the windward mark and downwind to nish at the leeward mark.
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Downwind tactics are all about beating the boats around you, putting any extra distance in the bag. When you get around the windward mark this is not the time to relax. You need to consider what your best options are; your positioning in relation to other boats makes a real difference. You have three options:
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Try and overtake to windward; do not go too close, as you need to keep clear. This means you may well be covering the boat in front. This works
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7.3c Establishing an overlap to windward.
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well if the next mark is being rounded on the tack you are on, as you will have the inside overlap (remember this has to be established at two boat lengths). This manoeuvre tends to work well when you can overtake quickly. Simply by sailing fast and going straight to the mark you can get past boats. Downwind they will often move out of your way to get clean wind. On a reach, when trying to get away from the chasing pack, this can also be the easiest way to get those boats around you to sail fast and not slow each other down.
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7.3d Going straight for the mark.
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Wind Just gaining water There is less wind shadow six mast heights to leeward
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7.3e Going Low.
Going low can give you the inside overlap at a mark if this is all you need to do to overtake. This works well if you have a small speed advantage and can go the same speed as the boat in front, but slightly lower. If you are going to break through the wind shadow you need a bit of separation.
As the defending boat your options are to try and sail fast and keep your wind free. Often a sharp luff will be enough to deter the boat behind from ghting with you. A long slow luff can see both boats sailing lots of extra distance, while losing out to boats not involved who may simply sail underneath (it may be worth trying to point this out). Often it is a case of perception. As a boat heads up, it temporarily goes faster and therefore believes it can sail over the boat in front, but when it bears away it will be the same speed as the boat in front. Of course, as the boat in front, the best thing to do is just sail real fast so you do not have to worry about other boats. If only it was as easy as that! Some classes of boats react better or worse to dirty wind (this may vary with wind speed), so here you have to manage the potential risk by seeing which is the greater loss. You may,
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i Boat can carry on or tack. Boat has clean wind
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for example, let someone sail over you and lose a boat length, but still be able to sail straight to the mark and keep your race strategy (see 8), thus gaining several boat lengths on all the boats who went high. A good leeward mark rounding is essential so you have clean wind for the upwind leg and the option to tack. (If you sag to leeward you will be in the dirty air of the boats in front and may have no option to tack if there are boats close behind.) This is achieved by getting the sail controls sorted and entering the mark wide, so you can squeeze up tight as you exit. Remember, if there was a photo taken a boat length upwind, they should not be able to tell from the picture that you had just rounded a mark. When training, always try and nish on a leeward mark rounding, as this is one of the most dif cult and important manoeuvres.