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Abaft
Abeam
Above Deck
Aft
Aground
Ahead
Aids to navigation (aton)
Aloft
Amidship(s)
Anchorage
Astern
Athwartships
Batten down
Beam
Bearing
Below
Bight
Bilge
Bitter end
Block Blok
Boat
Boat hook
Boom
Bow
Bow line
Bow spring line
Bowline knot
Bowsprit
Bridge
Broach
Bulkhead
Buoy
Cabin
Capsize
Cast off
Catamaran
Chafing gear
Channel
Chart
Chine
Chock
Cleat
Clove hitch
Coil
Compass
Compass card
Current
Cutter
Day beacon
Day mark
Dead ahead
Dead astern
Dead reckoning
Deck
Displacement
Displacement hull
Dock
Draft
Ease
Ebb tide
Even keel
Eye of the wind
Eye splice
Fast
Fathom
Fender
Figure eight knot
Flame arrester
Flare
Flotsam
Flying bridge
Following sea
Fore and aft
Forward
Fouled
Founder
Freeboard
Gaff
Gaff rig
Galley
Gangway
Gear
Give way vessel
Grab rails
Ground tackle
Gunwale
Halyard
Harbour
Hatch
Head
Heading
Headway
Heave to
Heel
Helm
Hitch
Hold
Hull
Hypolimnion
Hypothermia
Inboard
Jackstay
Jettison
Kedge
Keel
Ketch
Knot
Lacustrine
Leeward
Leeway
Line
Log
Lubbers line
Marconi rig
Marlinespike
Mast
Monohull
Mooncusser
Mooring
Mooring buoy
Nautical mile
Navigation
Outboard
Outdrive
Overboard
Personal watercraft (pwc)
Painter
Pay out
Pendant
Pennant
Personal flotation device (pfd)
Pier
Piloting
Pitch
Pitchpole
Planing hull
Propeller
Quarter
Quartering sea
Reef
Rode
Roll
Rope
Rope cutter
Rudder
Running lights
Schooner
Scope
Screw
Scupper
Sea anchor
Secure
Shackle
Shear pin
Sheet
Sheet bend
Ship
Shoal
Shrouds
Slack
Sloop
Splice
Spring line
Squall
Square knot
Square-rigger
Standing part
Stand-on vessel
Starboard
Stern
Stern line
Stow
Swamp
Tackle
Thwart
Tide
Tiller
Toe rail
Topgallant
Topsail
Topsides
Transom
Trim
Trimaran
Tripline
True north pole
True wind
Tumble home
Turnbuckle
Underway
V-bottom
Variation
Vhf radio
Wake
Waterline
Way
Wharf
Winch
Windward
Yaw
Yawl
Ab
Aback-(backwinded)
Abaft
Abaft the beam
Abandonment
Abeam
Fall aboard
To lay aboard
Tacks aboard
About
Above board
Abreast
Accommodation
A-cock-bill
Afloat
Afore
Aft/after
After leading
Aground
Ahead
Ahoy
A-hull
A-lee
All-aback
All hands
All in the wind
Aloft
Aloof
Amain
Amidships
Anchorage
Anchor ball
Anchor watch
Anchor light
An-end
A-peek
Apparent wind
Apron
Arm
Arming
A-stern
A-taunt
Athwart
Athwart-ships
Athwart-hawse
A-trip
Avast! Or `vast
A-weather
A-weigh
Awning
Back
To back a sail
To back and fill
Backstaff information
Backwinded
Baggywrinkle
Bagpipe
Bail
Bailers
Balance-reef
Bale
Ballast
Bank
Bar
Barber hauler
Bare-poles
Barge
Bark
Barkentine
Barnacle
Barratry
Battens
Beacon
Beam
Beams
On the weather or lee beam
On beam ends
Beam reach
Bearing
The bearings of a vessel
Bear
To bear down upon a vessel
To bear up
To bear away
To bear-a-hand
Beating
Beaufort scale
Becalm
Becket
Bees
Belay
Belay pin
Bend
To bend a sail
To bend a cable
A bend
Bends
Beneaped
Bentick shrouds
Berth
Between-decks
Bibbs
Bight
Bilge
Bilge-ways
Bilge water
Bilge
Bilged
Bilge pump
Bill
Billet-head
Binnacle
Biscuit
Bitt
Bitter, or bitter-end
Blade
Blanketing
Block
Bluewater sailing
Bluff
Board
Stern-board
By the board
Boat-hook
Boatswain
Bobstays
Bolsters
Bolts
Bolt-rope
Bonnet
Boom
Boom-irons
Boom crutch
Boom vang
Boot stripe
Boot top
Boot-topping
Bound - wind-bound
Bow
Bowline
Bower
Best bower
Bow-grace
Bowline
Bowline-bridle
Bowse
Bowsies
Bowsprit
Box-hauling
Box
Brace
To brace a yard
To brace up
To brace in
To brace aback
To brace to
Brails
Brake
Break
To break bulk
To break ground
To break shear
Break of the poop
Breaker
Breaming
Breast-fast
Breast-hooks
Breast line
Breast-rope
Breech
Breeching
Bridge deck
Bridle
Bridle-port
Brig
Brigantine
Bright work
Broach
Broach-to
Broad reach
Broadside
Broken-backed
Bucklers
Bulge
Bulk
Stowed in bulk
Bulkhead
Bulkward - bulwark
Bull
Bull`s eye
Bung
Bunk
Buoy
Burdened vessel
Bulwarks
Bum-boats
Bumpkin
Bunt
Buntine
Buntlines
Burton
Butt
Scuttlebutt
Buttock
By the head
By the lee
Cabin
Cabin sole
Cable
Cable-tier
Caboose
Calk
Cambered
Camel
Camfering
Canister
Can-hooks
Cant-pieces
Cant-timbers
Canvass
Cap
Capstan
Capstan-bars
Carline wood
Capsize
Careen
Carlings
Carrick-bend
Carrick-bitts
Carry-away
Cascabel
Cast
Cat
Cat-block
Cat-harpin
Cat-head
Cat`s-paw
Caulk
Cavil
Ceiling
Chafe
Chafing-gear
Chains
Rudder-chains
Chain boat
Chain bolt
Chain-plates
Chain shot
Channels
Chanty
Chapelling
Charley noble
Check
Cheeks
Cheerly!
Chess-trees
Chimes
Chinse
Chips
Clamps
Clasp-hook
Cleat
Clew
To clew up
Clew-garnet
Clewline
Clinch
Close-hauled
Clove hitch
Clove-hook
Club-haul
Clubbing
Coaking
Coaks
Coal tar
Coamings
Coat
Cock-bill
Codline
Coil
Collar
Come - come home
To come up a rope or tackle
Companion
Companion-way
Companion-ladder
Compass
Compass-timbers
Concluding-line
Conning, or cunning
Counter
Counter-timbers
To counter-brace yards
Courses
Coxswain
Cranes
Crank
Creeper
Cringle
Cross-bars
Cross-chocks
Cross-jack
Cross-pawls
Cross-piece
Cross-spales
Cross-trees
Crow-foot
Crown of an anchor
Crow`s nest
Crutch
Cuckold`s neck
Cuddy
Cuntline
Cut-water
Cutter
Dagger
Dagger-knees
Davits
Ditty bag
Deadeye
Dead-flat
Dead-lights
Dead reckoning
Dinghy
Dead-rising, or rising-line
Dead-water
Dead-wood
Deck
Deck-stopper
Deep-sea-lead
Departure
Derrick
Displacement
Displacement hull speed
Dog
Dog-vane
Dog-watches
Dolphin
Dolphin-striker
Dorade
Double bottom
Double sheetbend
Douse
Dowelling
Downhaul
Drabler
Draft
Drag
Draught
Draw
To draw a jib
Drifts
Drive
Driver
Drop
Drum-head
Dub
Duck
Dunnage
Dyce
Earing
Ease sheet
Eiking
Elbow
Epirb emergency position indicating radio beacon
Escutcheon
Euvrou
Even-keel
Eye
Eye-bolt
An eye-splice
Eye of the wind
Eyelet-hole
The eyes of a vessel
Fall
Fathom
Face-pieces
Facing
Fag
Fairleader
Fake
Fall
False-fire
False-keel
Fancy-line
Fashion-pieces
Fast
Fathom
Feather to feather an oar in rowing
Feather-edged
Fender
Fid
Fiddle-block
Fiddlehead
Fife rail
Figure eight knot
Figurehead
Fillings
Filler
Finishing
Fish
Fish-front, fishes-sides
Fish-davit
Fishhook
Fish-tackle
Flare
Flat
Flat-aback
Fleet
Fleet ho!
Flemish coil
Flemish-eye
Floor
Floor timbers
Flowing sheet
Flukes
Fly
Flying jib
Fo`c`sle - fore castle
Foot
Foot-rope
Foot-waling
Fore the forward
Foremast
Foresail
Fore-and-aft
Forefoot
Fore-ganger
Forelock
Fore mast
Forereach
Fore-runner
Forge
Formers
Fother, or fodder
Foul
Foul anchor
Foul hawse
Founder
Fox
Frames
Frap
Free
Freshen
French-fake
Full-and-by
Furl
Futtock-plates
Futtock-shrouds
Futtock-staff
Futtock-timbers
Gaff
Gaff-topsail
Gage
Galley
Gallows
Gammoning
Gang-casks
Gangway
Gantline
Garboard-strake
Garland
Garnet
Gaskets
Gasket
Genoa largest
Gimblet
Girt
Girtline
Give way!
Glut
Gmt
Gps
Gob-line - gaub-line
Goodgeon
Gooseneck
Goose-winged
Gores
Goring-cloths
Grafting
Grains
Grapnel
Grappling irons
Grating
Greave
Gripe
Gripes
Grommet
Ground tackle
Guess-warp - guess-rope
Gun-tackle purchase
Guy
Gybe
Hail
Half hitch
Halyards
Hammock
Hand
Bear-a-hand
Lend-a-hand
Hand-over-hand
Hand-lead
Handsomely
Handspike
Handy billy
Hanks
Harpings
Harpoon
Hatch or hatchway
Hatch-bar
Haul - haul her wind
Hawse
Open hawse
Hawse-hole
Hawse-pieces
Hawse-block
Hawser
Hawser-laid - cable-laid rope
Hawse hole
Haze
Head
Head-ledges
Headsails
Head
Heart
Heart-yarns
Heave short
Heave-to
Heave in stays
Heaver
Heel
To heel
Heeling
Helm
Helm-port
Helm-port-transom
High and dry
Hitch
Hog
Hogged
Hold
Hold water
Holy-stone
Home
Hood
Hood-ends, or hooding-ends, or whooden-ends
Hook-and-butt
Horns
Horse
Horse
Hounds
House
Housing - house-line
Hull
Hurricane
Hypothermia
In-and-out
In irons
Inner-post
Jack
Jack-block
Jack-cross-trees
Jack line
Jack-staff
Jack-stays
Jack-screw
Jacobs ladder
Jaws
Jeers
Jettison
Jetty
Jewel-blocks
Jib
Jibboom
Jib sheet
Jigger
Jibe
Jolly-boat
Junk
Jury-mast
Keckling
Kedge
Keel
Keel-haul
Keelson
Kentledge
Ketch-two-masted boats
Kevel - cavel
Kevel-heads
King spoke
Kink
Knees
Knockabout
Knight-heads - bollard timbers
Knees
Lodging-knees
Knee of the head
Knittles - nettles
Knock-off!
Knot
Labor
Lacing
Land-fall
Land ho!
Langrel
Langrace
Lanyard
Larboard
Larbowlines
Large
Latchings
Latitude
Lazyjacks
Launch large
Lay
Lazarette
Leach
Leachline
Lead
Leading-wind
League
Leak
Lee
Lee-board
Lee-gage
Leech
Leefange
Leeward
Leeway
Ledges
Lie-to
Life-lines
Lift
Light
Lighter
Limbers - limber-holes
Limber-boards
Limber-rope
Limber-streak
Lines
Lines drawing
List
Lizard
Locker
Chain-locker
Boatswain`s locker
Log - logbook
Longboat
Longers
Longitude
Longitudinals
Long-timbers
Loof
Loom
Luff up
Luff-tackle
Luff-upon-luff
Lugger
Lug-still
Lurch
Lying-to
Made
Mainmast
Mainsail
Marlinespike
Mall - maul
Mallet
Manger
Man-of-war
Manropes
Mare clausum
Mare liberum
Marl
Marline
Marling-hitch
Marlinspike
Marry
Martingale
Mast
Mat
Mate
Maul
Mend
Meshes
Mess
Messenger
Midships
Miss-stays
Mizzenmast
Monkey block
Monkey jacket
Monkey rail
Moon-sail
Moor
Mooring
Moorings
Mortice
Moulds
Mouse
Mousing
Muffle
Munions
Murderer
Naval hoods - hawse bolsters
Navigable
Navigation
Nautical mile
Neaped - beneaped
Near
Net tonnage
Netting
Nettles
Ninepin block
Nip
Nippers
Nock
Nun buoy
Nut
Oakum
Oar
Off-and-on
Offing
Orlop
Out-haul
Out-rigger - outrigger
Overhaul
Over-rake
Painter
Palm
Panch
Parbuckle
Parcel a rope
Parcelling
Parliament-heel
Parral
Part
Partners
Paunch mat
Pawl
Pay-off
Pay out
Pazaree
Peak
Pendant - pennant
Pfd - personal flotation devices
Pillar of the hold
Pillow
Pilothouse
Pin
Pink-stern
Pinky
Pinnace
Pintle
Pitch
Pitching
Planking
Planks
Plat
Plate
Plug
Point
Pole
Pommelion
Poop
Poppets
Port
Port - port-hole
Portage
Portoise
Port-sills
Preventer
Predreadnoughts
Price
Prize
Cargo
Prize money
Pricker
Puddening
Pump-brake
Purchase
To purchase
Q flag
Quarter
Quarter-block
Quarter-deck
Quarter-master
Quartering sea
Quay
Queen topsail
Quick-work
Quilting
Quoin
Rabbet
Race
Rack
Rack-block
Raddle
Rake
Ramline
Range of cable
Rating
Ratlines
Rattle down rigging
Razee
Red jack
Under the red
Reef
Reefing
Reef-bands
Reef points
Reef-tackle
Reeve
Relieving tackle
Render
Rib-bands
Ribs
Ride at anchor
Riders
Right
Rim
Ring
Ring-bolt
Ring-tail
Roach
Road - roadstead
Robands
Rode
Rolling tackle
Rombowline
Rope-bands - robands
Rope-yarn
Rough-tree
Round in
Round up
Rounding
Roundhouse
Rowlocks - rollocks
Royal
Royal yard
Rubber
Rudder
Run
By the run
Rung-heads
Runner
Running lights
Running rigging
Saddles
Sag
Sail
Sail ho!
Sailing rig
Salon - saloon
Save-all
Scandalize
Scantling
Scarf
Schooner
A fore-and
Score
Scotchman
Scraper
Scrowl
Scud
Scull
To sculll
Scuppers
Scuttle
To scuttle
Scuttlebutt
Scuppers
Scrimshaw
Scurvy
Sea cock
Seams
Semi
Secure
Seize
Seizings
Selvagee
Send
Sennit - sinnit
Serve
Service
Set
Shackles
Shakes
Shank
Shank-painter
Sharp up
Sheathing
Shears
Shear hulk
Sheave
Sheave-hole
Sheep-shank
Sheer - sheer-strake
Sheet
Sheet-anchor
Sheetbend
Shell
Shellback
Shingle
Shiver
Shoe
Shoe-block
Shore
To shore
Shroud
Signals
Sills
Sister block
Skids
Skin
Skysail
Sky-scraper
Slabline
Slack
Slack in stays
Sleepers
Sling
Slings
Slip
Slip-rope
Sloop
Sloop of war
Slue
Small stuff
Snake
Snatch block
Snotter
Snow
Snub
Snying
Spar
Spreaders
Spring line
So!
Sole
Sound
Span
Spanker
Spar
Spell
Spencer
Spill
Spilling line
Spindle
Spinnaker
Spirketing
Splice
Spoon
Spoondrift
Spray
Spring
Spring-stay
Spring tides
Sprit
Sprit-sail-yard
Spunyarn
Spurling line
Spurs
Spur-shoes
Square
Square rig
Square-sail
A temporary sail
Square knot
Squall
Stay
Starboard
Standing rigging
Stay sail
Stem
Stern
Stabber
Staff
Stanchions
Stand by!
Standard
Standing
Standing rigging
Starboard
Star bowlines
Start
Stay
Stays
In stays - hore in stays
Staysail
Steady!
Steer
To steer small
To steer large
Steerage
Steeve
Stem
Stemson
Step
Stern Heck Heck
Stern-board
Stern-frame
Sternpost
Inner sternpost
Stern sheets
Stern-way
Stiff
Stirrups
Stock
Stocks
Stools
Stopper
Stopper bolts
Stop
Strand
Strap
Streak - strake
Stream
Stretchers
Strike
Studdingsails
Sued - sewed
Supporters
Surf
Surge
Surge ho!
Swab
Sweep
Swift
Swifter
Swig
Swivel
Syphering
Tabling
Tack
Tack
Tack
Tack
Tack
Tackle
Taffrail - tafferel
Taffrail log
Tail
Tail-tackle
Tail on! - tally on!
Tampion - tompion
Tank
Tar
Tarpaulin
Taut
Taunt
Tell tale
Tend
Tenon
Thick-and-thin block
Thimble
Thole pins
Throat
The throat brails
Thrum
Thus
Thwarts
Thwartships
Tide
Tide-rode
Tier
Tiller
Tiller-ropes
Timber
Timber heads
Timenoguy
Toggle
Top
Top-block
Topgallant mast
Topgallantsail
Top-light
Top-lining
Topmast
Topping lift
Top-rope
Topsail
Topsail schooner
Top timbers
Toss
Touch
Tow
Train-tackle
Transom
Transom-knees
Traveller
Traverses
Treenails - trunnels
Trend
Trestle-trees
Triatic stay
Trice
Trick
Trim
Trip
Tripping line
Truck
Trunnions
Truss
Trysail
Tumbling home
Turn
To turn in or turn out
Turn up!
Tye
Unbend
Underway
Union
Union-down
Union jack
Unmoor
Unship
Uvrou
V-berth
Vane
Vhf
Vang
Vast (written `vast)
Veer
Viol - voyal
Wad
Waft
Waist
Waisters
Wake
Wales
Wale-reared
Wall
Wall-sided
Walt
Ward-room
Ware - wear
Warp
Wash-boards
Watch
Watch-and-watch
Anchor watch
Watch ho! Watch!
Watch-tackle
Water line
Water-boards - weather-boards
Water boune
Water logged
Water sail
Water shot
Water spout
Waterways
Way
Wear
Weather
Weather
Weather beaten
Weather gage
A weatherly ship
To weather
Weather-bitt
Weather roll
Weigh - to haul up
Wheel
Whip
Widow-maker
Winch
Windjammer
Windlass
Wind-rode
Wing
Wingers
Wing-and-wing
Withe - wythe
Woold
Work up
Worm
Wring
Wring-bolts
Wring-staves
Xebec
Yankee
Yard
Yardarm
Yardarm and yardarm
Yarn
Yaw
Yawl boat
Yawing
Yellow admiral
Yellow jack
Yeoman
Yoke
Zebeck
Zenith
Zulu
Zulu time
Aft
Bank
Beam
Beam trawling
Below
Block and tackle
Boom
Bow
Buoy
Buoyancy
Chart
Compass
Dragging
Fathom
Flotsam
Forward
Hull
Jetsam
Jettison
Knot
Landlubber
Ledges
Legend
Log
Maiden voyage
Maritime
Nautical mile
Navigate
Port
Shoal
Skipper
Starboard
Staterooms
Stern
Windjammer
Aboard A bordo Aan boord
Adrift A la deriva Op dreef
Abandon ship Abandonar
Drift Abatimiento
Anchor Ancla Anker Anker Anker
Anemometer Anemometro Anemometer Anemometer Anemometer
Rigging Aparejo
Port Babor Bakboord
Bay Bahía Baai
Neap tides Bajamar Laagwater
Beacon Baliza
Cockpit Bañera Kuip
Backstay Baquestay Achterstag
Gunwale (gunnel) Barandilla
Yacht Yate Jacht Yacht Yacht




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