What is it called when you are sailing dead downwind with sails let out on opposite sides of the boat?
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Thanks to last week’s Mindbender winner, Alan Coe, for his answer to “While sailing close-hauled on a port tack the wind shifts towards your bow. Was that shift a header or a lift?“: a header.