Manuvers for Sailing:
Tacking: Tacking is when you turn so far, the bow of the boat cuts through the wind and your mainsail switches sides. In order to uccessfully complete a tack, you must untie your jib sheet and retie it on the other side of your boat. The main will switch automatically because the wind pushes it.
Jibing: Jibing(jibe-ing) is like tacking, except the stern passes through the wind. Sometimes, if your on a run, you might accidentally perform a jibe, which would be unsafe because you might have some people on one side of the boat, but if you accidentally jibe, they could fall overboard. Like tacking, you must pull the jib to the other side.
Heave-to: A heave-to is when you tack or jibe, but don't pull the jib over. This makes the sails go on opposite sides, making it look like the boat has wings. The heave-to can be used to sto for a lunch break or if someone falls overboard. You perform a heave-to, throw them a floating device(if they need it), and they swim to the boat.