sail plan

sail plan

[′sāl ‚plan]
(naval architecture)
A plan drawn to show the number, arrangement, and dimensions of the sails for a sailing vessel.
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Her excessive sail plan enabled her to sail like a witch, and, on occasion, gave Captain Van Horn, his white mate, and his fifteen black boat's crew as much as they could handle.
Greg Baker was in his late 40s when he started sailing, so he wanted a simple sail plan to learn with: "I had very limited experience, so I didn't want to scare my wife--who had even less experience--by having the yacht heavily heeled over.
The ship boasts three masts over 35 metres tall; 1000 squared metres of sail plan, with 15 sails of various types (square sails, mainsails, gaff-topsail, staysails, jibs), which span three decks.
The information that the sensor collects can also be directly used for operators to reduce operational cost, for example by accurately observing the sea state as to optimize sail plan models and vessel trim for fuel and emission savings.
Tiwala naman akong tulad ng ipinamalas mo hanggang sa puntong ito ng iyong karera, higit ka pang magpapakitang gilas, at titiyakin mong susulong ang Navy Strategic Sail Plan 2020 ng ating Hukbong Dagat,he said.
In his speech, the President ordered Taccad to maximize the resources of the Navy in addressing threats to the country's maritime security as well as pursue the Philippine Navy Strategic Sail Plan 2020.
The M34 has been replaced in the Tour de France a la Voile (TDFV) by the one design multihull Diam 24 but Oman Sail plan to continue to use theirs as an offshore training boat.
Several useful maps, a sail plan of a warship, and a glossary of naval terms complement Daughan's lovely narrative.
Following another rotation of Navy personnel and Project HOPE volunteers to assist the mission on Nias, the Mercy resumed her original sail plan and arrived at her home port of San Diego, California, on June 8.
Jonathan Morton Nance, a British maritime historian and one of the main researchers on the project, produced a sail plan for the caravel, together with numerous drawings of blocks, spars and other fittings.
Some 4,000-5,000 vessels pass through the Straits every month, yet of these only around a quarter submit any kind of sail plan to the authorities.