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> The Swallow 's rig is described in some detail in Swallows and Amazons . She carried a lug sail, a trapezoidal-shaped sail on two spars , the upper yard and the lower boom . The sail was brown, termed "tanned" by boatmen (but not by Arthur Ransome) - so brown it was almost black when wet. The yard and boom were varnished, while the mast was finished with linseed oil. The boom had jaws that fitted round the mast ( Swallowdale , chapter VII). The mast had no stays , but there was a flag halyard , run through a little ring at the masthead, to hoist a pennant on a stick or flagstaff. The mast "was a few inches shorter than the Swallow was long." In order to row with the mast down, the spars were offset from the center, necessitating their poking forward over the edge of the hull a bit. When stepped, the mast passed through a hole in the forward thwart, and its square foot fitted into a hole in the keel.

In the following year, Ratatat supported the band Interpol on their tour. [2] Mike Stroud stepped down as touring member of Ben Kweller 's band after two years of touring and after appearing on the 2004 album, On My Way . Having signed for XL Recordings , Ratatat released their self-titled debut album, Ratatat and the single "Germany to Germany". The album was written and recorded in Mast's Crown Heights , Brooklyn apartment on his laptop. [2] It is entirely instrumental with the exception of vocal excerpts at the beginning and end of select tracks.

Rake : The angle of a vessel's masts from the vertical.
Ratline : A short length of small rope "ratline stuff" running horizontally across shrouds, for a ladder step.
Reef : To reduce the area of a sail by making fast the reef points (used in rough weather).
Reeve : To pass the end of a rope through any lead such as a sheave or fair: lead.
Registry : The ship's certificate determining the ownership and nationality of the vessel. Relieving tackle: A tackle of double and single blocks rove with an endless line and used to relieve the strain on the steering engine in heavy weather or emergency.
Ride : To lie at anchor; to ride out; to safely weather a storm whether at anchor or underway.
Rig : A general description of a vessel's upper: works; to fit out.
Rigging : A term applied to ship’s ropes generally.
Right : To return to a normal position, as a vessel righting after heeling over.
Ringbolt : A bolt fitted with a ring through its eye, used for securing, running, rigging, etc.
Rips : A disturbance of surface water by conflicting current or by winds.
Rise and shine : A call to turn out of bunks.
Roaring forties : That geographical belt located approximately in 40 degrees south latitude in which are encountered the prevailing or stormy westerlies.
Rudder post : That part of a rudder by which it is pivoted to the sternpost.
Run down : To collide with a vessel head on.
Rustbucket : Sailors' term for an old ship that needed a lot of paint and repairs.

The Hobie Fox was designed by Hobie Cat Europe to meet the Formula 20 racing class rules. The hull shape was designed by world champion A-Class sailor Nils Bunkenberg. It is a modern wave-piercing hull. It has a double trapeze, asymmetrical spinnaker with snuffer retrieval system, high performance daggerboards, race rudders, and sails designed by Giorgio Zuccoli. It is 20 feet long, has an 8' 6" beam and weighs 419 lb (190 kg). Mainsail area is 194 sq/ft (18 m 2 .) Jibsail area is 52 sq/ft ( m 2 .) Spinnaker area is 269 sq/ft (25 m 2 .) With a D-PN of , [10] the Fox is the fastest of the Hobie family.

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The Hobie Fox was designed by Hobie Cat Europe to meet the Formula 20 racing class rules. The hull shape was designed by world champion A-Class sailor Nils Bunkenberg. It is a modern wave-piercing hull. It has a double trapeze, asymmetrical spinnaker with snuffer retrieval system, high performance daggerboards, race rudders, and sails designed by Giorgio Zuccoli. It is 20 feet long, has an 8' 6" beam and weighs 419 lb (190 kg). Mainsail area is 194 sq/ft (18 m 2 .) Jibsail area is 52 sq/ft ( m 2 .) Spinnaker area is 269 sq/ft (25 m 2 .) With a D-PN of , [10] the Fox is the fastest of the Hobie family.

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