Hi, Just had my second sail in a laser yesturday in very light wind. I ended up wondering the best way of propelling the boat when the wind dies. (I could have drifted back with the tide but didn't want to wait) I did a bit of flapping the rudder (sculling?) and paddling with one hand while steering with the other but on my way back I ended up securing the tiller with the traveler and then lying along the bow and doing front crawl. I heard of someone sheeting in and then standing infront of the mast shifting their weight from leg to leg to rock the boat and flap the sail - is this faster? Does anyone use paddles / table tennis bats? Obviously you can't do this in a race but you could use it on the way to/from a race or if you are just pottering.