Colonial Shipwright?

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A colonial ship wright is a person who designs and builds boats and ships. A colonial makes the bow, hull, keel, masts, and the ribs of the ship. A bow is the headfirst part of the ship, the hull is the body, a keel is the piece of wood below that runs from the front to the back, masts are long poles that sustain the ship's sails, and the ribs are part of a ship's frame that run from the keel to the deck.
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