Man Overboard Rescue Turn

A man overboard rescue turn is a sailing maneuver usually implemented immediately when it is learned that there is a man overboard. To maneuver closer to the person's location, implementations of the principles described are: the quick turn (also known as the Q-turn or the figure eight turn), the Anderson turn, the Williamson turn, and the Scharnow turn.

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