Depends on the location of the masts and the sail inventory, as well as which way you wanna drift and how fast. The nice thing about having access to all those short sails is that it's always possible to heave to without too much effort.I thought the heavy weather tactic for schooners was to have the foresail up between the masts - the fishing fleet called it being in foresail harbour.
The helicopter squadron at Culdrose in Cornwall are pretty good too. They got a serious workout in the 1979 Fastnet, hauling people off boats and out of liferafts in 60 knots, at night.Every time I watch USCG rescue at work it sends quivers down my spine. Damn, they are competent at their job.