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FVSPS Sail Course, Class 3

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  1. FVSPS Sail Course, Class 3

  2. What Are We Doing Today? Today’s OTW, Briefing, Sign-Ups In Class Today: - Me, Prior OTW, Discuss - Me, Basic Sailing Concepts, Procedures - Steve, Questions/Clarification, Sec. 13-15 - Steve, Sec. 3 - Leslie, Sec. 4-5 - Me, OTW Assignment

  3. Yacht Club Bar Song, Chorus I love to sit around the yacht club bar and talk about the things we’re going to do. I love to sit around the yacht club bar because it doesn’t move. The swells are big and the winds are high but that don’t bother me. Cause I never get lost and my tummy doesn’t toss It’s a wonderful life on the sea.

  4. Yacht Club Bar Song, Verse 3 My head it was a reeling, my feet got tangled up. Those damn old sheets were everywhere, just trying to trip me up. The halyard broke, the boom fell down, the main took off like a bird. Mayday was my final cry as I dived beneath my berth.

  5. Yacht Club Bar Song, Chorus I love to sit around the yacht club bar and talk about the things we’re going to do. I love to sit around the yacht club bar because it doesn’t move. The swells are big and the winds are high but that don’t bother me. Cause I never get lost and my tummy doesn’t toss It’s a wonderful life on the sea.

  6. Prior OTW, Discuss 1. What did you learn? 2. What went right? 3. What went wrong? What did you learn?

  7. Prior OTW, Discuss 1. What did you learn? 2. What went right? 3. What went wrong? What went right?

  8. Prior OTW, Discuss 1. What did you learn? 2. What went right? 3. What went wrong? What went wrong?

  9. Sailing Preparation - Sails • Basic Keelboat, pp. 30-31 • Headsail, hank-on: • Hank luff to the forestay. • Tie jib sheets to the clew using bowline knot. • Headsail, roller furling: nothing • Mainsail: • Remove cover • Attach halyard • Run mainsheet (if necessary)

  10. Sail Control Equipment • Basic Keelboat, pp. 32-33

  11. Crew Positions and Responsibilities: Overview • Basic Keelboat, p. 36

  12. Other Crew Activities, Departing • Remove canvas, instrument covers • Hank-on headsail • Tie/run jib sheets • Run main sheet • Attach halyards • Untie dock lines • Stow fenders • Close life-line gate

  13. Other Crew Activities, Returning • Open life-line gate • Deploy fenders • Positioned to step quickly off onto dock • Tie Boat to the dock, Basic Keelboat, p. 49 • Fold/bag headsail • Remove/coil jib sheets • Flake mainsail, stow lazy jacks • Stow main sheet • Position canvas, instrument covers

  14. Tying Boat to the Dock • Basic Keelboat, p. 49

  15. Sail Balance • Basic Keelboat, p. 52 • Sail, p. Section 8 • Weather helm vs. lee helm

  16. Heaving To • Basic Keelboat, p. 45 • Sail, p. 144

  17. Sail Book MaterialNext Instructors Take Over!