Each month we will be asking our readers 5 nautical trivia questions – if all are answered correctly and timeously, you stand a chance to win a bottle of wine!
- Email Shaneé at firstname.lastname@example.org your answers before Tuesday 18th September
- You will receive an email with your entry number
- There will then be a lucky draw on Wednesday 19th September
- The winner and answers will be revealed in Issue 4 of our Newsletter next week
- Reminder to add your contact details and full name when submitting your answers and to ensure ALL questions are answered
September Questions: Sailing
- Turning a sailboat so that the bow passes through the eye of the wind is known as what?
- How many days did the trip take by the youngest person to sail solo around the world in 2010?
- Shank, crown, stock, and fluke are all parts of what?
- If you’re sailing at night on a starboard tack and see a single red light off your starboard bow, what should you do?
- Most sails have three corners. What are the names of the corners?