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Dictionary for maritime words and phrases.
Dictionary for maritime words and phrases.

Maritime dictionary

Aft:

Aft
The area in the back of a ship.

Port::

 
The left side of the direction of the sailing.

Quarters:

 
The accommodation of the ordinary sailors.

Quartermaster:

 
The officer responsible for the administration of the crew.

Bridge or wheelhouse:

Bridge or wheelhouse
The area from where the ship is sailed.

Casing:

 
Room around the funnel.

Captain / Commanding Officer:

 
The officer in overall command of a naval vessel.

Depth charge:

Depth charge
“Barrel” filled with explosives – rolled or shot out when hunting a submarine.

Deck:

 
Indoor: the ceiling. Outdoor: the floor.

Squadron Commander:

 
The administrative commander of a group of naval vessels. In war he takes over direct command of its operative tasks.

Gangway:

 
A ladder which can be lowered down along the side of a ship.

Ensign mast:

Ensign mast
The mast at the aft part of a naval vessel flying its national flag.

Fore:

 
The foremost part of a ship.

Gas turbine:

 
A special propulsion machinery used when a ship is to sail fast.

Jack:

Jack
The special flag on the jack staff – only used in harbour