Hmm yes but the source question is not really answered.
First sail is a jib, genoa, or yankee
Second is the staysail (selftailing)
fourth you can set a sail between main mast
and mizzen fisherman or mizzen staysail**
mention that the foot is going up a lot!
You can fly the Yankee with the Staysail but you should not use a Genoa or another Big sail like a Code Zero
with the staysail as they will calm themselfes.
Test your boat on the tack, maybe the staysail without genoa gives you more height than the genoa. And be aware that these wonderful bluewater cruisers ar built for monsoon and passat winds and are not really good on the tack.
You wanted a secure stron ship? You got it but it never will be a racer
- especially on the tack.
You should test if Genoa and mizzen alone is best for your boat on the tack. If it is genoa or staysail+yankee and mainsail
then I am sure that your mizzen will be becalmed by the mainsail.
On the other hand the mizzen is the very best option to trim the boat.
I was told that one trimmed it to steer the same course for 3/4 of an hour.
Please respond if this is what you wanted to know.