Nautical words


Import. To bring into a country, from abroad. Imports



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Import. To bring into a country, from abroad.

Imports. Goods brought into a country from another" country.

Impulse. Force applied to cause movement.

In Ballast. Said of a vessel when she is not carrying cargo.

Inboard. Inside a ship. That end, or part, of anything that is nearer to the ship's fore and aft line than is the other end or part.

'Inchmaree' Clause. Clause, in a policy of marine insurance to cover damage or loss to ship when caused by latent defect not discoverable by due diligence.

Inch Trim Moment. Moment of force required to change trim of vessel by one inch. Formula is:-

30x(T.P.I)2

I.T.M. = -----------------

Moulded breadth (in feet)



Inclination. Leaning. The mutual leaning of two planes, or lines, towards each other. The angular intersection of two planes or lines.


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