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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossary_of_nautical_terms

This is a partial glossary of nautical terms; some remain current, while many date from the 17th ... Above-water hull: The hull section of a vessel above the waterline, the visible part of a ship. Also ... On larger ships, a secondary gangway rigged in the area aft of midship. On some military .... See also: touch and go, grounding.

rexwordpuzzle.blogspot.com/2009/07/thursday-jul-16-2009-container-for.html

Jul 16, 2009 ... Ships whose rudders don't touch water — THURSDAY, Jul. 16 2009— Destination of Saul / Container for folding scissors / Singer of Wagner ...

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Jul 11, 2009 ... You stick your face in the water and a whole gorgeous world lives there, beautiful , ...... Ships whose rudders don't touch water — THURSDAY, .

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Jan 29, 2014 ... The rudder was also too small for a ship of her size, which would make it ... Incredibly, it was not customary for ships to undergo sea trials before .... Sarah Carby, whose sweetheart Samuel had returned to marry her after ... As the ship sank further into the water, people used ropes to climb ...... DON'T MISS.

www.nytimes.com/2014/12/24/sports/sydney-hobart-yacht-race-dangers-for-sailors.html

Dec 23, 2014 ... “The sunfish are a large threat because they don't move, and they are so ... Langman added that a collision with a shark during the 1999 race sheared off a rudder. ... part in the past three Volvo races and whose first circumnavigation was ... have to send a person into the water to clear yourself,” Oxley said.

alumni.berkeley.edu/california-magazine/fall-2011-good-fight/eunuch-admiral

The Ming ships are fantastically larger than anything the world has ever seen. ... post, embedded in the mud alongside the decaying remains of a rudder whose ... I was drawn into that singular conversation by Fred's call, and we kept in touch as the .... “I have myself seen the water a deep green, as in the gulf of Maine,” Fred ...

www.sfgate.com/bayarea/article/MASTERS-OF-THE-MONSTERS-When-the-huge-ships-2852139.php

Feb 23, 1997 ... It's a task whose importance becomes apparent to the public only in the ... degrees port," signaling that the rudder has moved to that position. ... in a massive flow of water whose current extends five to six miles out. ... A pilot does not take command of a ship and does not touch any of ..... Don't have a profile?

www.tin-can.org/bmercer.htm

By now you could see the masts of the big Jap ships barely sticking above the horizon. ... was short-lived because the next order that I remember was, "left full rudder". ... A gunners mate whose name I don't remember told us to save the brass but ... It was only a few minutes until we were dead in the water and an officer was ...

robertfrump.com

Don't know much about navigation, lifeboats, and seamanship in general. .... “ Look in the water, the ship is broke,” Molino said matter of factly. ... master of the ship – a rare and unthinkable breach of etiquette on most ships. ... “Don't' touch the boat!” ... So what I think may be justified certainly may not be to a relative whose ...

www.nauticed.org/sailingterms

Aft – Towards the stern (of the vessel); Aground – Resting on or touching the ground or bottom. ... Bar pilot – A bar pilot guides ships over the dangerous sandbars at the ... of the hull of a ship or boat where water collects so that it may be pumped out .... Deck hand – A person whose job involves aiding the deck supervisor in ...