I sail my Wave in the relatively flat waters of Shinnecock Bay (Tiana to be exact) right behind the ocean dunes around Hampton Bays, NY. This is my second season with my Wave.
I currently have my mast set to the third eyehole in front.
In a 20mph wind a couple of weeks ago (sunny and warm heaven) and I couldn't get my windward hull out of the water as the leeward bow would bury itself, sometimes to the point of a virtual stop. The water was a little choppy but nothing over a foot unless it was a motorboat wake (booo!)
What can be done to prevent this? Do I rake the mast back towards the stern more? Or more forward?
I've searched the forums, but any advice is much appreciated.