sir lancelot wrote:koma wrote:sir lancelot wrote:When you guys are talking about "90-110 degrees off-wind", where is 0 degrees? Downwind? So anything greater than 90degrees is upwind?
0 degrees is directly upwind. 90 degrees is directly across wind.
Less than 90 degrees is upwind, more than 90 degrees is downwind.
What we're saying is that you'll go your fastest whilst bearing off slightly downwind.
Oh right, that's really obvious now. Don't know why i couldn't figure that out last night, must have been really tired.
That's OK we believe you were just 'Tired'.