Merece la pena este diccionario de terminología y conceptos, en inglés.
Por ejemplo , ¿qué significa » caught by the lee» o » sailing by the lee » ?
Definition: 1)» A situation when a ship sailing downwind on one tack suddenly gets the wind on the other tack, threatening a jibe. A ship in such a situation is said to be caught by the lee, or brought by the lee. Often this happens in a following sea which can throw the stern over as the wave passes by the rudder. 2) Sailing downwind with the mainsail set on the same side as the wind.»
skeg : A small fin fitted aft of the keel to protect the rudder and propeller, and improve steering and tracking . (Talón de quilla)
outhaul (pajarín) : A small line which leads from the clew of the sail to the end of the boom and used to put tension on the foot of the sail.
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Skeg, talón de quilla.