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BALLAST KEEL
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SQUARE KNOT
POWER BOATS
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GLIDERS
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Definitions

  1. These sailboats were then transported along the Dnieper to Kiev.

Ballast Keel

  1. Lead is used for the ballast keel of sailboats.

Whalers

  1. How pleasant to gaze at the sailors As their sailboats they manfully sail With the vigor of vikings and whalers In the days of the viking and whale.

Square Knot

  1. The square knot is commonly used on sailboats.

Power Boats

  1. Sunny Cove State Marine Park is popular as an anchorage for sailboats and power boats.

Knots

  1. The subject for the evening was knots, and several of us were demonstrating individual knots, the ones most used on small sailboats.

Anchor

  1. Under power alone, or at anchor or made fast, the ensign should be flown from the stern staff of all sailboats.

Sailing

  1. An international association within the sport of sailing which administers the monohull Open 50 and Open 60 classes of sailboats.

Hundreds

  1. There are hundreds of kinds on knots that can be used on sailboats but you can do almost anything by learning six basic ones.

Coconut Trees

  1. Surrounded by turquoise waters, romantic sunsets, white sandy beaches, coconut trees, sailboats, bikini-clad visitors, a perfect vacationers dream getaway.

Water-Skiing

  1. Choose from wind surfers, sailboats, wave runners and water-skiing.

Water

  1. The storm pushed water up to the second floor of homes, flooded floating casinos, uprooted hundreds of trees and flung sailboats across a highway.
  2. The sails use the Sun's energy to propel a spacecraft -- much the way wind pushes sailboats across water.

Gliders

  1. Steve Fossett is well-known for his world record-setting adventures in balloons, sailboats, gliders, and powered aircraft.

Gaff

  1. Some sailboats without a gaff will have an ensign stitched to the leech of the mainsail two-thirds of the way up from the foot of the sail.

Trimarans

  1. Most sailboats have a monohull, but multi-hull catamarans and trimarans are popular.
  2. Trimarans have a number of advantages over comparable monohulls (conventional, single-hulled sailboats).

Catamarans

  1. Offers power yachts, catamarans & sailboats for rent.
  2. Multihull sailboats (catamarans and trimarans) gained favor during the 1960s and 1970s.

Yachts

  1. The shore has a harbour for fishing boats, a marina for sailboats and yachts, a yacht club and beaches for swimming and sunbathing.

Dinghies

  1. Our original, award-winning boat designs include kayaks, canoes, rowing boats, dinghies, and sailboats.
  2. Small Sailboats - A site for those interested in pottering or cruising small sailing boats, such as canoes, dinghies and trailer sailers.

Sailboats

  1. At Luperon Yacht Boat and Property Sales we sell sail boats, sailboats, yachts, power boats, trawlers and dinghies powered with gasoline or diesel engines.
  2. At Luperon Boat and Property Sales we sell sailboats, yachts, power boats, trawlers and dinghies powered with gasoline or diesel engines.
  3. Aboard sailboats under way, the proper place to display the national ensign is at the peak of the gaff.

Categories

  1. Dinghies
  2. Yachts
  3. Catamarans
  4. Gaff
  5. Transportation > Aviation > Gliding > Gliders

Subcategories

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