spritsail gaff

spritsail gaff
сущ. блинда-гафель – отводы, горизонтально укреплённые у нока бушприта для разноса стоячего такелажа (утлегарь и бом-утлегарь бакштагов).

English-Russian sailing ships dictionary. 2014.

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  • Spritsail — The spritsail is a form of three or four sided, fore aft sail and its rig. Unlike the gaff where the head hangs from a spar along its edge, this rig supports the leech of the sail by means of a spar or spars named a sprit. The forward end of the… …   Wikipedia

  • Rigging — For other uses, see Rigging (disambiguation). The rigging of a square rigger in London. Rigging (from Anglo Saxon wrigan or wringing, to clothe ) is the apparatus through which the force of the wind is used to propel sailboats and sailing ships… …   Wikipedia

  • Parts of a sail — In sailing the parts of a sail have common terminology for each corner and edge of the sail. Contents 1 Triangular Sails 1.1 The corners 1.2 The edges 1.3 The roach …   Wikipedia

  • fore-and-aft sail — noun any sail not set on a yard and whose normal position is in a fore and aft direction • Hypernyms: ↑sail, ↑canvas, ↑canvass, ↑sheet • Hyponyms: ↑gaffsail, ↑gaff headed sail, ↑gaff topsail, ↑ …   Useful english dictionary

  • Mainsail — For the MAchine INdependent implementation of the Stanford Artificial Intelligence Language, see SAIL (programming language). The mainsail of this cutter is indicated in red …   Wikipedia

  • Yard (sailing) — The fore royal yard on the Prince William. Prince William s royal yards are the highest and smallest yards on the ship, are made of wood, and are lifting yards that can be raised along a section of the mast. Here it is in the lowered position. A… …   Wikipedia

  • Course (sail) — Illustration of the foremast of the Stavros S Niarchos. The course sail is the lowermost sail. In sailing, a course is the lowermost sail on a mast. This term is used predominantly in the plural to describe the lowest sails on a square rigged… …   Wikipedia

  • Spinnaker — For other uses, see Spinnaker (disambiguation). Bear of Britain, a Farr 52 with masthead spinnaker in front of Calshot Spit A spinnaker is a special type of sail that is designed specifically for sailing off the wind from a reaching course to a… …   Wikipedia

  • Nautical Terms — Ahoy, mateys! This be a fair and true listing of words having to do with ships and sailing, 225 of them in all. These terms come mainly from the great age of sailing ships, the 16th to 18th centuries, and almost all hail from the two great… …   Phrontistery dictionary

  • Jib — For other uses, see Jib (disambiguation). A jib is a triangular staysail set ahead of the foremast of a sailing vessel. Its tack is fixed to the bowsprit, to the bow, or to the deck between the bowsprit and the foremost mast. Jibs and spinnakers… …   Wikipedia

  • Corsair — For other uses, see Corsair (disambiguation). Cossacks of Azov boarding the Turkish corsairs. Corsairs (French: corsaire) were privateers, authorized to conduct raids on shipping of a nation at war with France …   Wikipedia


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