noun. \ ˈprau̇ , archaic ˈprō \ Definition of prow (Entry 2 of 2) 1 : the bow of a ship : stem. 2 : a pointed projecting front part.
In context|nautical|lang=en terms the difference between prow and bow. is that prow is (nautical) the fore part of a vessel; the bow; the stem; hence, the vessel itself while bow is (nautical) the front of a boat or ship.
Bow : Front of a boat. Stern : Rear of a boat. Starboard : Right side of a boat.
the forepart of a ship or boat; bow. the front end of an airship.
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castle, in ship construction, structure or area raised above the main deck for combat or work purposes. The name was derived from early similarities to fortress turrets. The forecastle and aftercastle (or sterncastle) are at the bow and stern of the vessel.
Helm – A tiller or wheel and any associated equipment for steering a ship or boat.
Bilge: A compartment at the lowest point of a boat’s hull. Bow: The front of a boat is called the bow. … Starboard: When standing at the stern of the boat and looking to the bow, the side of the boat to your right is called the starboard side. Stern: The back of the boat is called the stern.
Gunwale – Also known as gunnel, this is the outermost top edge of a boat hull, usually where the deck and hull come together.
“The bathroom of a maritime vessel is known as the head because of its location aboard vessels in the bow or fore of the ship, as explained by the Naval Heritage and History Command. The term first appears in 1708 in Woodes Rogers’ book, “A Cruising Voyage Around the World.” Source Ask.com.
The orlop is the lowest deck in a ship (except for very old ships). It is the deck or part of a deck where the cables are stowed, usually below the water line.
Crew space: The crew space is the private area reserved for the ship’s staff and crew members, such as chefs, housekeepers and the captain. Crew members typically live on the lower deck, while staff members live on the upper deck. The captain and officers usually stay in private staterooms near the bridge.
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An affirmative vote; one who votes in the affirmative; as, ayes and noes;ayes have it.
A topmast is a part of the mast structure of larger sailing ships that required higher mast heights due to the amount of sail they carried. The topmast section is the second mast above the deck, and is attached to the lower mast.
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Underside: The underside of a boat is the portion of the hull that touches the water. It is also known as the bottom of the vessel.
figurehead, ornamental symbol or figure formerly placed on some prominent part of a ship, usually at the bow. A figurehead could be a religious symbol, a national emblem, or a figure symbolizing the ship’s name.
marine. Vertical partition walls which subdivide the ship interior into watertight compartments. Bulkheads reduce the extent of seawater flooding in case of damage and provide additional stiffness to the hull girder. They can be flat or corrugated.
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