We've been sailing wildcat for 26 years - always with the spin sheets inside the lifelines. Saw a comment on a thread last week about flying the kite with the sheets inside the lifelines by mistake. Have I been doning this wrong all these years?
We've done it both ways on Rhapsody but still have the twings on when lines are inside or outside. They are on snatch blocks so can come off easy in light air. This weekend when the wind was up it was good to twing in sheet and guy. I think I prefer inside now.
always surprises me to see twings twanged against the stanchions on some J/30 who are trying to reach. I know that on one J/30 the owner actually bent the midship stanchions 10 degrees toward center to help.
Once I went inside I've never gone back outside Route same as outside. Just inside lifelines Connect sheets together around forestay and take ends of spin sheets to aft blocks like always. Tweaked to gunnel same as outside but in. Enjoy