When shaping a course by tacking up wind, what do you call the point where you can tack to make your destination without tacking again?
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Congratulations to Derrick Nunes of Fort Walton Beach, FL who correctly identified the two numbers used to describe a boat’s propeller. “The first number is the propeller’s diameter in inches and the second number is its pitch.”