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

Maritime dictionary

Jack staff:

 
The flag staff placed in the very front of a ship.

Galley:

Galley
The kitchen of a ship.

“Action stations!”:

 
The order given to prepare the ship for fight.

Hawser hole:

Hawser hole
An opening in the side of a ship for a hawser or the anchor chain.

Knots:

 
The speed of a ship – 1 knot is one nautical mile (1,852 m) per hour.

Shore leave:

 
Permission to leave the ship and go ashore.

Ladder:

 
A (normally) steep ladder or steps.

Cabin:

 
The sleeping room for an officer or a petty officer.

Control room::

Control room
The room from where the engines and damage control are monitored and controlled.

Wardroom:

Wardroom
Accommodation and dining room for officers.

Wardroom Supervisor:

 
The person responsible for the daily running of the wardroom.

Mess steward:

 
Sailor who is serving and assisting in the wardroom.

Second-in-command:

 
The substitute for the commanding officer.

Leeward:

 
Indoor.

Naval ensign:

Naval ensign
Swallow-tailed, dark red, national flag. Hoisted under the “yard” of a naval vessel when sailing.