How's it going?
Did the sails or sail material come with the kit?
If not it looks like they're using mylar drafting film or similar, together with mylar sticky tape.
A quick run through the nomenclature.
The main sail is the big one at the back, the jib the smaller one at the front. In both cases, the luff is the front edge of the sail, the leech the back edge, and the foot the bottom edge.
The booms are the moving horizontal spars.
The gooseneck is the fitting below the main sail boom, which swivels in two split pins pushed through holes drilled in the mast.
A bowsie is the little sliding fitting akin to those used on tent guy lines to adjust their length. It might be dog bone shaped or it might be a little ring with three holes. The kicking strap is the loop of line with a bowsie which runs diagonally from about half way along the main boom to the little ring in the bottom of the gooseneck. It's purpose is to keep the boom from lifting, and it is not attached to the sheet, ie the line attached to the sail servo, although it does look to be in the sail plan. The luff pockets are the seams along edges, or luffs, of both sails.
I think that just about covers it, but if I've missed anything, don't be afraid to ask.
All the very best. Look after yourself.
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