Points of Sail are The recognized terms for which direction you are sailing relative to the wind. www.theamya.org
With the same wind condition, two boats can have differents settings. www.flickr.com Explore simon.derrien's photos on Flickr. simon.derrien has uploaded 2 photos to Flickr.
When the wind come from the back of your boat you'll have to use a veil: The spinnaker. We use it to get more speed. There are two types of spinnakers: - symmetric ( like the pink spinnaker) - asymmetrical (on the top of the boat) www.flickr.com Explore simon.derrien's photos on Flickr. simon.derrien has uploaded 2 photos to Flickr.
To sail close hauled We decide to take a point of sail closer to the wind. We let the helm going back in line with the boat. This one heads up. After the close reaching, the sails start to shake, we must then haul on a little bit until they stop shaking, not more. From this moment, we start to move forward the wind.
www.youtube.com Points of Sailing - Part 2 of 5: Close-hauled is the point of sail when you need to sail upwind. on this point of sail you pull the sails in hard and steer t...
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Let's see how a sailing boat surfs on water ! This is a little video which's aim is to make you understand how does a team work all together on a boat. www.youtube.com Séance de voile et montage du 11 mars 2015. UNSS