Harbourage. Shelter or refuge. Harbour Gaskets
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Shelter or refuge.
Special gaskets for giving a smart and neat appearance to furled sails when in harbour.
Small vessel used for conveyance of harbour officials.
Log book giving details of ship's
work done while in harbour
, together with usual log entries in harbour.
Harbour Master 164
Harpoon Depth Finder
superintendence over a harbour
; and who is responsible that harbour regulations are complied with.
That part of a river that leads to a harbour.
Part of duty watch that remain on board to take any action required on a ship in harbour.
Boat landing place at which a muddy bottom has been covered with gravel or shingle. 2.
Applied to helm orders
, means 'to the fullest extent'.
If a vessel's sides
meet her bottom at an angle
instead of being rounded
, she is said to be hard-chined.
or ferrous alloy
, that is slow to receive magnetism, but retains it when received.
Said of a yarn or rope that has been tightly laid up.
Nickname for ship's biscuits.
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