Line used to hoist a spar or sail.
The person at a harbor in charge of anchorages, berths and harbor traffic.
A sharp-angle at the intersection of the hull's side and bottom.
Turning the steering wheel or tiller all the way in one direction.
A large fiberglass roof or platform over the helm area.
A deck opening.
To lift a boat from the water.
Fittings in the deck or gunwale through which the anchor rode or dock lines run.
Toilet facilities or room where they are located.
The direction a boat is pointed.
Any sail set forward of the mast.
Waves coming from the direction a boat is heading.
Forward motion of a boat in the water.
To pull on a line. Also to throw a line.
Setting the sails so the boat makes little headway, either used in a storm or a waiting situation.
To temporarily tip or lean to one side.
Area of a boat where operational controls are located.
A type of boat capable of running at high speeds, often equipped with high-horsepower and exotic propulsion systems, sometimes used for racing.
To lean out on the windward side of a sailboat to achieve optimal speed by offsetting heeling.
Steel framework on a tow vehicle used to hook up a trailer.
The ball-shaped component of the hitch that fits into the trailer coupler.
Storage tank for gray water.
A large, flat-bottom boat with square sides and house-like characteristics, such as comfortable furniture and living accommodations.
The structural body of the boat that rests in the water.