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sailing pretest

What side is port? Left
What side is starboard? Right
What side do you make a mark rounding? Port
What boat has right of way? Starboard
What is a penatly turn? 360 degre spin
What is a foul spin? 180 degre spin
What is the bow? front
What is the stern? back
What is the back sail? Main
What is a keel? Stables boat, can't capsize, stays in place
What is a centerboard? Stables boat, can capsize, removable
What is the front sail called? Jib
What happens when you pull the tiller tworads you? Gybe
What happens when you push the tiller away fom you? Tack
What is an airbag? Keeps boat afloat when capsizes occur.
What is the mast? Pole standing straghit up.
What is a boom? Side pole of sail rig?
What is a wind vane? Small flag to tell wind derections
What are halyards? ropes to pull up sails.
What are sheets? rope used to pull in sails.
What point of sail is downwind? Away fom wind.
What point point of sail is iorns? into wind.
Created by: sailorman