Helm: Prepare for a normal hoist after the offset, then fight for the low lane by soaking when possible, and always working on keeping a constant angle of heel. Talk with the Trimmer to keep the boat moving at best VMG speed and angle.
Tactician: Let the team know the call is for a normal set and help determine VMG angle for the conditions shortly after the spinnaker fills.
Trimmer: Get into position for a normal set, and communicate with the helm about best VMG angle according to the conditions. When in displacement mode, work to soak whenever possible while maintaining angle of heel and speed.
Forward: Listen for a call from the tactician and know positions for a normal set at the offset. Once the kite is set, keep weight forward and low, and help to call pressure and mode.
Helm: When the call is made to get into the passing lane, extend 2 to 3 lengths past the offset, square down during the set, and work with the trimmer to get the boat planing as soon as possible. When in the passing lane, you always want to keep the pedal down with a constant 3 to 5 degrees of heel.
Tactician: When extending on the run is favorable and planing conditions are present, inform the team of the move so everyone is on the same page to extend past the offset and delay the hoist. Talk with the helm to pick a good spot to square down and hoist.
Trimmer: Help to coordinate forward crew to set successfully in the passing lane. Work with the helm to get the boat consistently planing as soon as possible.
Forward: Extend into the passing lane by hiking hard beyond the offset, and wait to move until the boat has squared down. When you go for the set, ease vang to keep the boat stable, and ease the jib to help with the set. When the kite is up, hike to get the boat on its feet and delay any cleanup until the coast is clear.