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  1. FVSPS Sail Course, Class 3 Sail Book, Section 3 Boat Design & Hull Types

  2. Boat Design Summary • Fiberglass most common hull material • Keels evolved from None to Full to Fin • Waterline length determines max speed • Wetted surface determines water friction

  3. Functions of Keel • Reduce Leeway • Lower Center of Gravity • Increase Stability

  4. Keel Types • Full keel • Full keel with cut away fore foot • Fin keel with spade rudder • Fin keel with skeg rudder • Centerboard, Daggerboard, Leeboard

  5. Underbody Shapes

  6. Catamaran and Trimaran

  7. FVSPS Sail Course, Class 3 Sail Book, Section 4 Standing Rigging

  8. Standing Rigging • What is the purpose of Standing Rigging? • Do all Sailboats have Standing Rigging?

  9. Standing Rigging What are the components of Standing Rigging? - Headstay, Jibstay, Staysail Stay - Backstay, Running Backstays - Shrouds - Upper (using Spreaders) - Lower

  10. Compare the Rigs

  11. Turnbuckle,Chainplate How is this this different from the Turnbuckle shown on page 28?

  12. FVSPS Sail Course, Class 3 Sail Book, Section 5 Sails

  13. What are the Parts of a Sail? • Sides • - Luff • - Leech • - Foot Corners - Head - Tack - Clew

  14. How are Sails Attached at the Corners? - Tack: Shackle to bow (headsail) or to gooseneck (mainsail) - Head: Shackle to halyard - Clew: Bowline to sheets (headsail) or shackle to outhaul (mainsail)

  15. How are Sails Attached at the Sides? - Luff: Hank onto headstay or luff tape into furler foil (headsail), or slides or boltrope go into mast track (mainsail) - Foot: Loose (headsail), loose or attached to boom by slides or boltrope (mainsail) - Leech: Loose

  16. Roller Furling Advantages? Disadvantages?

  17. Jib Sizes

  18. MainsailRoach

  19. Other Sails