My college son came home last year about this time and suggested we go sailing. The water was cold and it was windy, but we stayed upright and just had a blast on the sunfish for a couple hours. That's the only sailing he did last summer; you know, schedules and priorities of college kids. Well, this week he suggested the same thing for this Saturday. I've got to dig the fish out of the garage but I've gotta take him up on it while I can. Can't wait. Here's my question. Last year we 2-manned the outing with both setting on the same side, facing the sail. He handled the sail and I drove. How do others like to 2-man (person) it? I sailed with my wife last summer with setting across from each other. It was definitely more comfortable not having to maneuver the tack, but probably less effecient sailing. I have also sailed with one in the cockpit and the other up on the deck. I hate to try something new this weekend but on the other hand, maybe there's a better way to sail two. I have a feeling this will be my son's only outing on the fish this year so I gotta get it right.