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This is a partial glossary of nautical terms ; some remain current, while many date from the 17th to 19th centuries. See the Further reading section for additional words and references. Also able-bodied seaman. Also accommodation hulk. Also sterncastle. Also anchor cable. Also simply rode. Also kellet. Also anti-submarine boom. Also simply auxiliary. Formerly also adviso. Also spelled bark. Also spelled barkentine. Also general quarters or action stations.
Also bear away. Also billander or be ' landre. Also bosun. Also bosun's call , boatswain's pipe , bosun's pipe , boatswain's whistle or bosun's whistle. Also bomb , bombard , bombarde , bomb ketch or bomb ship. Also spelled bombarde. Also breakbulk cargo. Also hermaphrodite brig. Also bulk freighter or bulker. Also bulward. Also boot ensign or George ensign. Also graybeard. Also railroad car float or rail barge. Also caravelle. Also heaving down.
Also passenger-cargo ship or passenger-cargoman. Also nau. Also center of pressure. Also chase piece or chaser. Also simply trimmer. Also speaking tube or voice tube. Also con , conne , conde , cunde , or cun. Also cockswain. Also crance , crans , or cranze iron.
Also decky. Also devil to pay, and no pitch hot. Also drogher , raft ship , timber drogher , or timber ship. Also equatorial calms. Also doree , dori , or Royal Navy dorey. Also draught. Also drying mooring. Also schuyt. Also chadburn. Also in extremis. Also bear away , bear off , or head down. Also ferryboat. Also boiler room. Also broadhorn. Also fluit or flute. Also forward often written as for'ard. Also fuste , foist , or galliot. Also brow. Also genny. Also gali or gale.
Also captain's gig. Also jin-pole. Also ground way. Also sliding gunter or gunter lug. Rarely gunnel. Also jibe. Also halliard. Also harbor or haven. Also harness tub. Also hatch. Also hawsehole or hawse. Also steersman. Also in ballast condition. Also in stays. Also jackass bark. Also Jacobs ladder. Also kelson. Also Latin-rig. Also lazarette or lazaretto. Also lazyjacks. Also sounding line. Also hard alee.
Also letter of marque. Also lifebuoy , lifejacket , life preserver , and personal flotation device PFD. Also lightship. Also paddy boat. Also main. Also man o' war. Also messdeck. Also midship. Also mizzen. Also moorings. Also mothership and mother-ship. Also net layer , net tender , gate ship , or boom defence vessel. Also oilies. Also onboard.
Plural on their own bottoms. Also packet boat or packet ship. Also bosun's call. Also National Load Line. Also heading up.
Despite your best efforts, there will inevitably be times when your sail gets damaged while at sea and needs to be repaired. First, no matter what the job, you will need to do a quick damage assessment, a task that requires a flat wooden surface, sharp scissors and a helping hand. If the rip is in a high-load area of the sail, you will repair it differently than if it is in a low-load area. The edges, for example, especially the leech and foot of the sail, will need quick and careful attention, while a rip in the middle of the sail can be slapped closed with a piece of stickyback Dacron or Dacron sail-repair tape and left that way until you have time to do a proper job. For sail repair at sea, stickyback Dacron is your best friend. Stickyback Dacron is simply Dacron tape with an adhesive backing and is to the sailmaker what duct tape is to a boatbuilder: a truly indispensable item.
Polyester has long been the workhorse sail fabric; durable, easy to sew and handle, and relatively stretch resistant. It is also relatively easier to repair see Sail Repair Tapes vs. Glues , PS November Racers needed something that was lighter and held an aerodynamic shape better, and so laminate sails were born, using Mylar films and non-stretch fibers such as carbon and Kevlar. The new sails hold shape magnificently, but they experience entirely different failure modes, and the materials used to put them back together are more likely to be adhesives and tapes rather than thread and sewing machines.
Manufactures will recommend returning damaged foul weather gear for evaluation, and in some cases there may be remedies under warranty. Sail repair tape can work surprisingly well, at least for a while. Get it dry. Secure one side with any old tape to line up the edges and hold it flat and wrinkle free. Apply the first patch and rub down lightly.
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