This is the left side of the boat facing from the back of the boat towards the front.
This is the front of the boat.
This is the back of the boat.
This is part of the boat that steering the boat and adjusting the sails are done from.
This the device used to steer the boat. It is important to note that larger sailboats tend to have steering wheels so your boat, if large enough, may have a wheel and not a tiller.
This the device under the water that actually steers the boat. regaurdless if you have a wheel or tiller, your boat will have a rudder.
This is a wieghted componate under the boat to keep it upright while sailing. Without a keel, the boat would just get blown over by the wind when trying to sail.
This Is the sail that provides the most forward force when sailing. This is responible for providing the force necessary to propel the boat forward.
This is the forward most sail. It helps give the boat a little more propulsion though the water. If the mainsail is the boats engine you can think of the jib as a turbo to add a little more speed.
This is the superstructure that holds the mainsail in place. It is also used as the point the jib is raised from.