|Gaff: - a free-swinging spar attatched to the top of the sail.
Gooseneck-The fitting which secures the boom to the mast.
Tack-The lower forward corner of the sail
Clew- The lower after corner of a sail
|PEAK- Outer end of the gaff -upper aft corner of a gaff sail
Halyards: - lines used to haul up the sail and the wooden poles (boom and gaff) that hold the sails in place.
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