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List of ship directions
                                     

★ List of ship directions

This list of ship directions provides brief definitions of terms applying to spatial orientation in the marine environment or place on the ship, e.g. bow, aft, astern, aboard, or on the deck.

                                     

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  • Stern: the rear part of the ship, opposite the bow.
  • To windward: side or direction from which the wind is blowing the opposite of "leeward".
  • Bottom: the lower part of the hull.
  • Keel: the lower part of the construction of ship hulls.
  • Ahull: with sails furled and a helmet lashed to leeward.
  • For prepositions: in or towards the stern of the ship, and farther from the location, for example, the mizzen-mast is the main mast.
  • Port: left side of ship when facing forward, the opposite of "right".
  • Astarboard: toward the starboard side of the ship opposite "SIC".
  • Aboard: On or in a ship, or in a group.
  • Waterline: where the water surface meets the ship hull.
  • Top: the stacks, masts, rigging, or other place above the highest solid structure.
  • Yardarm: the end of a yard spar of the sail.
  • The axial or center line is an imaginary, Central line running from bow to stern.
  • Bow: front of a ship opposite of "stern".
  • Outboard: attached outside the ship.
  • On the Board, On or inside the vehicle.
  • Athwartships: toward the sides of the ship.
  • In the hold: in or into a boat or down to the lower deck.
  • Above: above the deck of the ship.
  • Adjective astern: toward the rear of the ship, facing forward.
  • Starboard: right side of ship when facing forward, opposite of "port".
  • Below deck: the lower deck of the ship.
  • Weather: side or direction from which the wind is blowing the same as "windward".
  • Leeward: side or direction from the wind the opposite of "windward".
  • On the leeward side: or Lee Lee.
  • Fixed: attached inside the ship.
  • Below: on the lower deck of the ship.
  • Bilge: the underwater part of a ship between the flat bottom and vertical design.
  • Aport: toward the port side of the ship opposite of "astarboard".
  • On Board: somewhere on the ship.
  • Adrift: floating in water without movement.
  • On the shore: or to the shore or ground.
  • On amidships: the middle part of the ship.
  • Aground: resting on the shore and rested on the seabed.
  • Aweather: toward the weather or windward side of the ship.
  • Adjective aft: towards the stern back of the ship.
  • Aweigh: just clear of the sea, as an anchor.
  • Front or forward or toward the front part of the ship or on the space in front of "aft".
  • On the deck, on exterior or building a deck, as "all hands on deck".
  • Upper part: the upper part of the outer surface of the vessel on each side above the waterline.
                                     
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