Nautical words


Tight. Said of a ship when she does not leak. Tiller



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Tight. Said of a ship when she does not leak.

Tiller. Lever, in head of rudder, by which steering is effected by government of the rudder.

Tiller Chain. Chain going between tiller and the machinery by which rudder is governed.

Tiller Head. The inboard end of tiller, at which it is actuated.

Tiller Rope. Rope connecting drum of steering-wheel with tiller.

Tilt.* Canvas awning over stern sheets of a boat.

Tilt Boat.* Small rowing boat having an awning, or tilt, for the protection of passengers.

Timber. Wood that has been dressed, or partially dressed. 2. Frame of a wooden vessel or boat. 3. Large piece of wood used in the construction of a wooden vessel.


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