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forestay

[′fȯr‚stā]
(naval architecture)
In sailing vessels, a stay extending from the foremast to the bow deck, bowsprit, or jibboom.
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WE'D had very strong winds and been making good progress, but just as the boat was luffing up there was a horrendous bang - one of the forestays snapped.
Partnering with AmberPoint was a good business decision for us," said Steve Hoffman, Chief Architect at Forestay.
Evans Data Corporation, Fidelity Investments, Forestay, LLC, Fraunhofer FOKUS, H2O GmbH, Helm Solutions Group, Hitachi Consulting, iWay Software, Lake Trail Partners, LLC, MAKE Technologies Inc.
This filing pertains specifically to the Company's acquisition of Forestay Corporation and the transaction in which Forestay became a wholly owned subsidiary of Milinx at the closing date of Dec.
Pretty Fly III, a canting keel Cookson 50, was one of 31 retirements last year after breaking her forestay.
a Delaware corporation, today announces the acquisition of Forestay Corporation, an Exchange Act Company.
M3 shredded her forestay just after the start of the 2015 Sydney Hobart, was offered a spare, but her crew chose to retire.
He checked out Bronzewing thoroughly and found that the forestay pin had broken.
They were among the first casualties in the 2014 Rolex Sydney Hobart, sustaining forestay damage early on the first evening, but have since finished 46th overall in the 2015 Land Rover Sydney Gold Coast Yacht Race.
Where possible, the winners of each IRC, ORCi and PHS division are also announced, the owner/skippers receiving their pennant to fly proudly from the yacht's forestay.
The rig is high-modulus carbon with rod shrouds and EC6 rigging is optional along with an hydraulic forestay to adjust rake.