height 43 ft, so about 47 ft off the water
and the bottom of the kite would drag the water
in light air.
We had a fixed prodder out the front, but could pull the tack from there across to each bow or inbetween as required.
Had to stand off the side of the boat with a harness and drive with a tiller extension to see, but gee, did it power up. Actually built seats up on the sheer for this purpose.
Certainly not for the faint hearted, and "usualy" dowsed at 20 knots.
With a squeezer sock, we cruised many thousands of miles, short and single
handed with it.
No main, just kite, much cheaper sail to use than the main.
Oh, and it was a symetrical, not an asy