Head Ledge. Thwartship coaming of a hatchway. Head Line
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Thwartship coaming of a hatchway.
Transporting wire that is run from bow of a vessel to a position ahead when warping. 2. Lacing that attaches head of sail to a gaff or yard.
Ornamental meshwork bulwarks formerly fitted in many ships.
Hawser leading forward from bows of a ship to a point outside the ship. May be used for warping or mooring.
Latrines in a warship. Formerly situated between knight heads.
All sails that are set forward of foremast.
Sea in which waves run directly against heading of a ship.
Sheets of head sails. 2. Flooring
in fore part of a boat
; bow sheets.
m fore part of wooden ship
, to support gratings.
Forward movement of a ship through the water.
Wind blowing from a point right ahead of a ship.
Inner part of a shroud laid rope. 2. Fibre in strand of flexible wire rope. 3. Triangular deadeye.
Grooved metal protector put in eye of a rope.
One end semicircular
, and tapering to a point.
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