jibe

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jeer

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jeer

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to be compatible or in correspondence

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an aggressive remark directed at a person like a missile and intended to have a telling effect

shift from one side of the ship to the other

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By the end of day two, he and a new friend called Jonathan were happy gybing and tacking in a nifty little dinghy called a Laser Pico, and made me envious with some pulsating, high-speed fly-pasts on a rib powerboat.
enough shore room during a gybing duel up the Derwent River to the
Gybing proved the easiest way of changing course with the large Code Zero flying and was easily only a two-person job (or just use the automatic Gybe feature on the Simrad autopilot).
Approaching he leeward mark for the last time, the two twelves were engaged in a fierce gybing duel when, in a moment of severe stress, one of Australia II's underdeck pulleys linking the rudder to the wheel ripped out of its welded jacket.
They were hard windward works to the top marks laid off Nielsen Park at Vaucluse and lots of crash gybing and kites flogging in the following breeze once the fleet turned the corner.
Sailing is a physical activity, and as you're gybing your way up the coast or rounding a mark on the harbour, you need full movement of your limbs, which makes wearing a PFD tricky, right?