acronym for length of boat on deck

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appendix b glossary and acronyms . verify all items on deck and in the cabin are stowed and/or .. and a boat length of 8 to 10 meters (28 feet to 32 feet).【Get Price】

boat terminology and nautical terms boats online

aloft - above the deck of the boat, usually overhead on the mast or in the rigging. . fathom - a unit of length equal to 6 feet (1.8 m), roughly measured as the distance between a man's . radar - acronym for radio detection and ranging.【Get Price】

ship abbreviations and symbols

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glossary of nautical terms and abbreviations nomad sailing

see here for a comprehensive glossary of nautical terms, abbreviations and expressions. athwartships - at right angles to the fore-and-aft line of the boat.【Get Price】

what are ro-ro ships? - marine insight

may 10, 2019 the ro-ro ship is different from lo-lo (lift on-lift off) ship that uses a crane to lim is calculated by multiplying cargo length in meters by the number of decks and by its ropax is an acronym for roll on/roll off a passenger.【Get Price】

boat terminology & nautical terms yachthub

aloft - above the deck of the boat, usually overhead on the mast or in the rigging. . fathom - a unit of length equal to 6 feet (1.8 m), roughly measured as the distance between a man's . radar - acronym for radio detection and ranging.【Get Price】

nautical glossary - skysail training

bilge - a rounding of the hull along the length of the boat where the bottom meets the side. bilgeboards bridge deck - the partition between the cockpit and the cabin. . sometimes believed to be an abbreviation of deduced reckoning.【Get Price】

glossary marine rigging sailing terms nance underwood

(2) abeam, at right angles to the length of the boat. (3) sturdy on a larger ship. also an abbreviation for; “break out another thousand”. .. a mast that is stepped (placed) on the deck of a boat rather than through the boat and keel stepped.【Get Price】

sailing terms - nauticed

above board: on or above the deck, in plain view, not hiding anything. abaft: toward two such lights are displayed by a ship over 150 feet (46 m) in length. anchor watch radar: acronym for radio detection and ranging. an electronic 【Get Price】

maritime terms and definitions - american merchant marine at war

amidships: in or towards the middle of a ship in regard to length or breadth (center of). anchor: awning: a canvas canopy secured over the ship's deck as a protection from the weather .. originally an acronym for port over starboard home.【Get Price】

marine term glossary mcdonough marine service

freeboard the distance from the waterline to the main deck of a boat or barge. (scac) standard carrier abbreviation code identifying an individual common carrier. . a point beyond the midpoint of a ship's length, towards the rear or stern.【Get Price】

u.s. military abbreviation and acronym list. - sir

feb 19, 1997 the following abbreviation and acronym list, containing over 3,000 entries ah hospital ship (misc) ahd ahead ahip army helicopter improvement .. fd/lc fault detection/location subsystem fdcs flight deck communication . diode lemp lightning 【Get Price】

nautical and boating glossary including pirate terms

large bollards affixed to the main deck near the bow of a square rigged . (2) a method of turning a power boat in little more than its own length also called "casting" the acronym posh was supposedly stamped on the tickets of first-class 【Get Price】

length overall - wikipedia

length overall is the maximum length of a vessel's hull measured parallel to the waterline. this length is important while docking the ship. from the length of the hull itself, the length on deck or lod is often reported. this is especially useful for dic 【Get Price】

nautical glossary - marinewaypoints.com

able bodied seamen - a member of the deck crew who is able to perform all the duties of an experienced seamen; certificated by admeasurement - the confirmed or official dimensions of a ship. fo'c'sle - an abbreviation of forecastle.【Get Price】

nautical terms acronyms and abbreviations

nautical terms, acronyms and abbreviations can be necessary on the high seas. above board - on or above the deck; adrift - vessel is not attached to the shore or nautical mile - a measurement of length, equal to approximately 6,076 feet apparent noon (nau 【Get Price】

maritime dictionary – officer of the watch

awning, a canvas canopy secured over the ship's deck as a protection from the .. also, short lengths of bar, generally angle, used to attached and connect the 【Get Price】