gybe gybe


  • (v) shift from one side of the ship to the other




  1. "We only have one to go but it's going to be as hard as all the others," Bertarelli told reporters after the race. "I certainly prefer to be in my position than in Team New Zealand's but every race so far has been fought to the last gybe so I...
    on Jun 30, 2007 By: Ernesto Bertarelli Source: Reuters UK

  2. "We've timed our gybe so that it was just an hour before a position report, so that the guys behind couldn't really tell which gybe we're on," Sanderson said. "You're just thankful for hanging on for another six hours."
    on Apr 14, 2006 By: Mike Sanderson Source:

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