Perhaps no sailing maneuver calls for better crew coordination than the spinnaker jibe. There are two basic jibing techniques:

The Dip-Pole Jibe
With two sheets and two guys, this system converts the spinnaker jibe from the classification of “To be avoided at all costs” to the point where a practiced crew can handle a jibe with ease. The beauty of this method is the strain of the spinnaker is taken with one set of sheets and guys so that during the jibe the bowman can easily get the unloaded new guy into the pole. The dip pole method works like this: