I went through the topic I got some findings.Peter_Frank wrote:Mast or Keel is what I've heard most, also manufacturers, use.
Mast is a bit confusing, i admit...
I beg your pardon, I have and will continue to call it a strut because that is what it is, period!Peter_Frank wrote:
And as "Strut" hasnt been used by any of the new manufactures (and will certainly not be used here, because it seems so wrong)
I beg you pardon Why not a fin?revhed wrote:I beg your pardon, I have and will continue to call it a strut because that is what it is, period!
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/FinBraCuru wrote: Most sailors, except "kiteboarders", would call it a fin.
Fuselage comes from spindle-shaped, whether in the air or in the water. And I find nothing wrong with calling the foils "wings", cause that's exactly what they are, submerged wings.BraCuru wrote:Why do we not use a sailing vocabulary? Instead we use aviation one.
I thought foilboarding is about sailing seas rather than flying skies
Check it out:
A fuselage is a main body of a plane.
A main body of a vessel is a hull.
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