2 edition of How to sail small boats found in the catalog.
How to sail small boats
Arthur Ross Telfer
Bibliography: p. 159-160.
|Statement||by Ross Telfer.|
|LC Classifications||GV811 .T4|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
|LC Control Number||74365838|
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The jib is controlled by two sheets which run down each side of the boat. When the boat is sailing one of these, the working sheet, will be under load as it holds the force of the wind in the sail.
The other, the lazy sheet, will be lying slack – essentially doing nothing. When the boat changes direction the lazy sheet and the.
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You can learn to sail on any sailboat but small boats are better teachers because they react quickly to crew weight shifts, wind shifts and every command on the tiller or wheel. This immediate feedback is a valuable tool for student sailors and it’s usually easy to spot sailors who started out on smaller tiller–driven boats rather than on large steering wheel boats because.
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Hoisting The Sails 1. Attach the sails. Secure the bottom front (tack) of the mainsail and jib to their respective shackles on the boom 2.
Adjust your heading and sail trim for the wind. Sailboats cannot sail directly into the wind. As shown above, the red 3. Trim the jib sheets. Although the 88%(75). Konstantin Trubavin/Getty Images. The easiest way to learn to sail a boat is from a mooring or a permanent anchor line in the water.
The wind will blow the boat straight back, such that the bow faces into the wind. This is the one direction in which we can’t sail, so the boat has to be turned so that the wind is coming across the boat from either side.
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The running rigging moves about the boat, or can be moved. The LINES are usually made from ROPE. Once the rope becomes operational in the boat, it is then referred to as a "line". This then is the difference between line and rope.
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