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the mast and some ropes The sail is attached to the mast, which is in turn supported by stays (lines running from the mast fore and aft to the hull) and shrouds (lines running from the mast to the sides of the hull).

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It's the vertical post, wooden or aluminum that supports the sail(s).


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Sailboat is to sail as?

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Is sailboat a compound word?

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Why does a sailboat sail?

its sails


What does the jib do on a sailboat?

Collects wind, it is a triangular sail placed at the front of the sailboat.


A sailboat is operating under sail at night?

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What is a sail on a sailboat called?

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What do you do if a powerboat is about to cross paths with a sailboat under sail?

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What is a leach on a sailboat?

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What are the syllables in sailboat?

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A pole on a sailboat that holds the sail?

The vertical pole on a sailboat is called the mast, but at the bottom of the sail is horizontal pole called a boom. On the Tall Ships, the horizontal pole AT THE TOP of the sail is called the yardarm.


A powerboat is about to cross paths with a sailboat under sail. What should the powerboat do?

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Name every part of a sailboat?

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What type of boat requires wind to sail?

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What is it called when you make a sailboat sail smaller for racing?

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When does a sailboat have the right away over a recreation vesel?

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How long will it take a sailboat traveling at a rate of 5 you miles per hour to sail 120 miles?

It will take a sailboat 24 hours traveling at 5 miles per hour to sail 120 miles.


How long will it take a sailboat traveling at the rate of 5 miles per hour to sail 120 miles?

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