2011 Four Winns V335 Boat Owners Manual

SHACKLE - A “U” shaped connector with a pin
or bolt across the open end.
STRUT - A propeller shaft support that is below
the hull.
SHAFT - The long, round member that connects
the engine or transmission to the propeller.
SUMP - A pit or well into which water is drained.
SUPERSTRUCTURE - Deck houses and other
structures extending above the deck.
SHAFT LOG - A fitting at the hull bottom where the
shaft connecting an engine to its propeller penetrates
the hull.  A shaft log permits the shaft to rotate while
simultaneously preventing water from entering
the hull.
THWART - A seat or brace running laterally across
a boat.
THWARTSHIPS - At right angles to the centerline.
SHEER - The top of the hull’s curvature at the deck
line from the bow to the stern.
TILLER - A bar or handle for turning a boat’s rudder,
or motor.
SHEER STRAKE - The upper edge of the hull,
immediately below the deck.
TOPSIDE - To go up to the top deck.
SHEET BEND - A knot used to join tow ropes.
SHOAL - An area of shallow water.
TRANSOM - The stern cross-section of a square
sterned boat
TRANSVERSE - Across the vessel; athwartships.
TRIM - Fore and aft balance of a boat.
SILENCER - A baffled chamber installed in an
exhaust system to reduce the noise.
SOLE - Term for deck, cabin or cockpit floor.
TROUGH - 1. The valley that exists between waves.
A trough is the opposite of a ridge in that it is an
SPAR - A general term for booms, masts, yards etc.
elongated low-pressure area extending out from a
low.  A trough normally indicates unsettled weather.
SPRING LINE - A pivot line used in docking, undoc
king, or to prevent the boat from moving forward or
astern while made fast to a dock.
TUMBLE HOME - The opposite of flare.  The shape
of the hull as it moves outboard going down from the
gunwale to the waterline or chine.
STARBOARD - Looking forward, the right side
of a boat.
UNDERWAY - Movement.  Usually referring to a
vessel proceeding forward.
STARBOARD BEAM - The right-center of a boat.
V-BOTTOM - A hull with the bottom section in the
STARBOARD BOW - When facing the bow, the front
right side.
shape of a “V.”
V DRIVE - A drive system that has the output of the
engine facing forward and coupled to a transmission.
The prop shaft is then coupled to the transmission.
STARBOARD QUARTER - When looking forward,
the right rear section of the boat.
STEERAGEWAY - The lowest speed at which
a vessel can be controlled by the steering wheel.
WAKE - Moving waves, track or path that a boat
leaves behind it when moving across the water.
STEM - The leading edge of a boat’s hull.
STERN - The back of a boat.
WATER LINE - The line of the water on the hull when
the vessel is afloat.
WATCH - A 4 hour duty period while at sea.
STRINGER - A fore and aft continuous member used
to provide a vessel longitudinal strength.
WAVES - Waves are periodic disturbances of the
sea’s surface, caused by wind, seaquakes, and the
gravitational pull of the moon and the sun.
Owner’s Manual Page 180
Product Specification
CategoriesFour Winns Manuals, Four Winns V-Series Manuals
Model Year2011
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