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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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Partnering with AmberPoint was a good business decision for us," said Steve Hoffman, Chief Architect at Forestay.
Also on deck are four MEG H3000 readouts, with load cell information displayed on the key areas including the forestay and running backstays.
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All went well as my host, Oceanis product manager Thomas Gaillard, guided the Hydra net Mylar sail around the forestay before we settled onto a new heading.
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.
Eventually, by adjusting the forestay, the crew was able to return some tension to the rig and Bertrand again look on Liberty in a tacking duel up the first leg.
a Delaware corporation, today announces the acquisition of Forestay Corporation, an Exchange Act Company.
The pole is quite long so the jib works as an effective staysail downwind as the kite does not overlap the forestay by very much.
Alternatively with IRC/ORCi racing in mind the second path would be a deep lead keel, carbon or alloy rig with movable bowsprit, open cockpit and forestay taken right to the stern.
These features, combined with a large Southern Spars carbon rig flying a square-topped main, and supported by EC6 carbon rigging, together with masthead composite runners, and keel-stepped mast jack to easily tension the forestay and trim sail twist, makes for a powerful, but easily sailed, 40-footer.
Aloft is a Southern Spars carbon double spreader, single backstay and fixed forestay rig.