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The stern is the back or aft-most part of a ship or boat, technically defined as the area built up over the sternpost, extending upwards from the counter rail to the ...

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Learn boating terminology including parts of a boat with our comprehensive ... The cross-section of the stern, where you attach an outboard motor, is called the  ...

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Boat terminology: Bow and stern of a ship, starboard side and port side of a boat, draft, waterline, wake, pfd, hull, lifejacket, pleasure craft, vessel under sail.

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Oct 2, 2017 ... The maritime industry has its own vernacular, used on naval vessels, commercial ships and cruises alike. When it comes to cruise ship ...

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port and starboard refer to fixed locations on a vessel. ... sailors were right handed, so the steering oar was placed over or through the right side of the stern .

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Apr 17, 2015 ... Some simple tips on how to remember which end is the bow and which end is the blunt-end, the stern.

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hull. noun. the part of a ship or boat that floats on the water. The front part is called the bow and the back part is called the stern.

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The lowest part inside the ship, within the hull itself which is the first place to .... The highest deck at the stern of a large ship, usually above the captains quarters.

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The stern is the rear, It keeps the water out. A boat has a bow, the front side, a left side, called “port” a right side called “Starboard”, and a rear, ...