Originally Posted by barefootnavigator
Saying a boat is hove to while its actually for-reaching is like saying my plane fly's really well it just wont get off the ground
A boat is either hove to or it isn't there is no middle ground. For-reaching is not hove to its for-reaching
They both serve a very specific propose just like a chainsaw and a butter knife but I wouldn't use a chainsaw to butter my bread
Where has anyone said that fore-reaching is identical to being hove-to?