This is a powerful, but handy, masthead rig set on carbon-fiber spars. The high-aspect main furls into the boom manually via a removable cross-linked coffee grinder set up in the main cockpit. The roller-furling, self-tacking jib sheets to a car running on a curved track sunken into the foredeck. This helps maintain the optimum shape of the jib on beam and broad reaches. For offshore sailing, there are removable check stays and a removable inner forestay, from which you'd set the storm jib. Three sets of sweptback spreaders preclude the need for running backstays.