It needs it's own halyard, & commonly they're rigged much like a loose luffed jib
. With the tack set a bit above centerline, & sheeted appropriately. Sometimes with a tackle at the tack so that the sail's luff tension can be adjusted, or pulled further to weather
Also, you need to ensure that your mizzen mast
is properly supported to deal with their pull. Either via runners or permanent stays.
And of course such sails
are usually they're flown off of the wind
. But they're not complex to rig or fly, & just need a bit of tinkering & experimentation in order to optimize them.
You can also find a bit more info on them in the Dashew's Offshore Cruising Encyclopedia, Vol. II
& via videos in the usual locations.
BTW, the book is available for free download at www.SetSail.com
& you should be able to find more information on the sail, & other items via that website as well. It's one run by the Dashews.