This is the rip tide.
Bristol Fashion - Kept in a neat seaman-like manner.
Cast Adrift - To abandon a ship at sea; to place people in a ship's boat or raft and leave them.
Baby Stay - Secondary forestay supporting the leading edge of the mast and used to flatten the mainsail in building winds.
Meridian - A semi great circle joining the north and south poles.Seabag - A soft, cylindrical fabric bag for clothes and personal possessions Seacock - A through hull valve, a shut off on a plumbing or drain pipe between the vessel and the sea Seafarer - One who earns his living by service at sea.To stow an object or tie it in place.All Aback - With all sails filling from the opposite side from which they are trimmed.(3) The rush or sweeping of waves on a bank, shore, or vessel.Fantail - Overhanging part of a vessel's stern.Staith - Elevated structure from which coal and other cargoes can be loaded into a vessel.True Course - A course steered by the compass that has been corrected for variation and deviation True North Pole - The north end of the earth's axis and also called North Geographic Pole.Goods deliberately thrown overboard from a ship, for example to lighten her if she is in danger, while flotsam refers to goods accidentally lost overboard or which may float up from a hull of a wrecked ship.Bow Spring Line - A bow pivot line used in docking and undocking, or a dock line leading aft from the bow to prevent the boat from moving forward while made fast to a dock or pier.Stow - To pack or store away; especially, to pack in an orderly, compact, safe manner.A ship with too much way can be snubbed by letting an anchor.
Prop Walk - Sideward force created by a spinning propeller.
Cast Off - To let go of a line; to leave a dock or a mooring; to untie or loose a rope or line.
When waves hit the beach they hit at an angle and push water ahead of them.
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Founder - When a vessel fills with water and sinks.Sixteen Bells - Eight double strokes on ship's bell; customarily struck at midnight when new year commences.Windshift - The natural occurrence of the movement of the wind.Based private classification, or standards setting society for merchant ships and other marine systems.Scud - To run before a gale with reduced sail or bare poles.Lodesman - (definition) by Webster 1913 (print) Loads"man, Lodes"man (?),.Number of Bells Hour (am or pm) 1 12:30 04:30 08:30 2 01:00 05:00 09:00 apuestas para asegurar dinero 3 01:30 05:30 09:30 4 02:00 06:00 10:00 5 02:30 06:30 10:30 6 03:00 07:00 11:00 7 03:30 07:30 11:30 8 04:00 08:00 12:00 Below - Beneath the decks,.e.Parcel a Seam - After a seam is caulked, to lay over it a narrow piece of canvas and then pour on hot pitch and tar.AHT (Anchor-handling tug) - Moves anchors and tow drilling vessels, lighters and similar.
The mizzen mast of a ketch is larger than that of a yawl.
Shipping Lane - Path through open water used for commercial vessel passage and so noted on chart Shipwright - A ship builder, or one who works about a ship.
A coil of rope that is not designated for any particular use.