This sail boat, starbord tack will bear away when turning right and go on wind turning left.
Bear away : Change direction having the wind more back.
Alba : White in latin.
Tack : Side of the boat where the wind come.
Ardent : A boat who come naturaly up the wind..
spreaders : Pièces who spread the shrouds.
Boom : Kind of mast horizontal and articulated to hold the main sail.
Bout dehors : Kind of horizontal mast on the foreward bow.
Cadène : Metalic piece on the deck to fix the rig.
Sheet : rope used to open or close a sail.
Forestay : rope to maintain the rig foreward..
Bow : Foreward part of the hull.
Jib : sail in front of the mast.
Rudder :Usualy moving part under the hull to guide the boat. Fixed on ALBAS toys because there is nobody to moove it. .
Main sail : Sail after the mast.
Haubans : Rope which hold the mast beside.
Hook : Metalic hook to hold a removable sail.
Largue : Point of sailing, where the wind come back.
Head up : Change direction having the wind more on the front.
Mast : ALBAS sailing boat have a small apple on the top of the mast to ease their hold on.
Mou : Se dit d'un bateau qui a tendance à abattre.
tack (sail) : Part of the sail the most foreward.
Clew : Part of the sail where the sheet is fixed.
On the wind : Allure où le voilier avance à 45° contre le vent.
Keel : Fixe the ballast and limite the lee way.
Taquet : Deck equipment to fixe a rope.
Strecher : deck equipment to adjust the sheet.