OUTBOARD - 1. From the fore-and-aft centerline of a RED-RIGHT-RETURNING - A term for helmsmen that
boat toward both the port and starboard sides. 2. The buoys and day markers are on the right when returning
seaward side of a moored boat. 3. An engine that is from seaward.
mounted externally onto the transom of a boat.
REEF - A shallow underwater barrier.
PAINTER - A line to the bow of a small boat used for
REEVE - To pass a line through a block or other open-
PASSAGEWAY - A corridor or hallway aboard ship.
RIDGES - High pressure fingers extending out from a
PENNANT - The line by which a boat is made fast to a
mooring buoy; also pendant.
RODE - The anchor line or chain.
PERSONAL FLOATATION DEVICE (PFD) - A life pre-
RUNNING LIGHTS - Lights required to be shown on
boats underway between sundown and sunup.
PIER - A loading platform that extends at an angle from
RUDDER - A vertical plate for steering a boat.
PILASTER -Arectangular structural support column that SALON - The main social cabin on a vessel, usually the
is an extension of the port and starboard aft cabin sides largest area, occasionally referred to as the deckhouse.
and which supports the hardtop and flybridge.
SCREW - A propeller.
PILING - Support, or protection for wharves, piers, etc.
SCUPPER - A drain from the edge of a deck that dis-
PITCH - 1. The vertical (up and down) motion of a bow charges overboard.
in a seaway, about the athwartships axis. 2. The axial
advance of a propeller during one complete revolution.
SEACOCK - A positive action shut-off valve connected
directly to the hull seawater intake and discharge piping.
PITCHPOLING - A boat being thrown end-over-end.
SERIES - A group of waves which seem to travel to-
PLANING HULL-At slow speeds, a planing hull will dis- gether and at about the same speed.
place water in the same manner as a displacement hull.
As speed is increased, the hull provides a lifting effect SHACKLE - A “U” shaped connector with a pin or bolt
up onto the surface of the water.
across the open end.
POINT - One of 32 points of the compass that is equal to SHAFT -The long, round member that connects the en-
gine or transmission to the propeller.
PORT - 1. Looking forward, the left side of a boat, 2. A SHAFT LOG -Afitting at the hull bottom where the shaft
harbor, 3. An opening for light or ventilation or passage connecting an engine to its propeller penetrates the hull.
of material in the side of a boat.
preventing water from entering the hull.
PORT BEAM - The left-center of a boat.
PORT BOW - Facing the bow, the front left side.
SHEER - The top of the hull’s curvature at the deck line
from the bow to the stern.
PORT QUARTER - Looking forward, a vessel’s left rear SHEER STRAKE - The upper edge of the hull, immedi-
ately below the deck.
QUARTER - The sides of a boat aft of amidships.
QUARTERING SEA - Sea coming on a boat’s quarter.
SHEET BEND - A knot used to join tow ropes.
SHOAL - An area of shallow water.
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|Model Year||2003, 2004, 2005|
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