A similar contrivance adapted to a martingale to support the jib-boom in that particular part where the jib-tack is fixed.
A sail sometimes set on a stay secured to the middle of the jib-boom.
The heel of the boom rests against the bowsprit cap, and is lashed to the jib-boom.
The jib-boom is a term used only in connection with model yachts.
If you could see me sometimes sitting at the jib-boom end, or across the main topmast crosstrees, you would be frightened.
Our own jib-boom was snapped off short, and as quickly as is a twig in frosty weather.
At the same moment down came the foremast, taking with it the jib-boom and bowsprit, all disappearing into the sea.
The 16th had a heavy gale, in which we lost our jib-boom and two men.
The old mizzenmast has been converted into a bowsprit and jib-boom in one piece.
On the 16th, in a heavy gale of wind, she lost her jib-boom.