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'Watch, There, Watch.
Call made when using a deep-sea lead and line. Is called when the last bights of line are going out of one man's hand, and warns next man that his bights will run out.
To take in water for drinking or boiler purposes. To pump fresh water into a ship.
Sea anchor. Drogue.
Name sometimes given to the Customs Officer of a port.
Water carried by an unloaded vessel to increase her stability and give greater submersion to her propeller. Usually
carried in double bottom
, deep, and peak tanks.
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