Laveers sail windward Third-person singular simple present indicative form of laveer to beat against the wind in sailing. Sailing is the activity or sport of sailing boats. There was swimming and sailing down on the lake. 2. countable noun [usually plural] Sailings are trips made by a ship carrying passengers.
Sailing into the wind is a sailing expression that refers to a sail boat’s ability to move forward even if it is headed into (or very nearly into) the wind. A sailboat cannot make headway by sailing directly into the wind (see “Discussion,” below); the point of sail into the wind is called “close hauled”.
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