n. (context nautical English) A short line, stitched through a sail, for tying a reef
Reef Point is a point bounded by a small reef forming the west end of Cook Island in the South Sandwich Islands. Charted and named in 1930 by DI personnel on the Discovery II.
Category:Headlands of South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands
Usage examples of "reef point".
Who was it who planned to catch that reef point in the reef tackle block?
A topsail had been let fall with a reef point still tied so that the canvas ripped.