part of a
from one side to the other
the bottom part of a
one of the flat parts of a propeller that spins around and pushes a boat or airplane forward
the sides of a ship above the deck
the part on top of a submarine from which the periscope sticks out
a place near the top of a ship’s mast where a sailor stands to look out over the ocean
one of the levels on a ship, train, or stadium
a small door for escaping from a ship, aircraft, or submarine in an emergency
a heavy cable or rope that is used for tying up or pulling a ship
the part of a ship or boat that floats on the water. The front part is called the bow and the back part is called the stern.
a small triangular sail near the front of a boat
the top of the mast (=tall pole) on a boat or ship
the mast that holds the mizzen sail
one of the long flat boards that are joined together in the shape of a wheel, used for moving a paddle boat through the water
the side of a ship or airplane that is on your left when you are looking forward. The part that is on your right is starboard.
the front of a
the back part of a ship’s upper deck, where the officers often live
the ropes and chains used for supporting a ship’s sails and masts
on a sailboat, the rope that is used for controlling the sail
the right side of a ship, as seen by someone who is looking toward the front. The left side is called port.
the back part of a ship. The front of a ship is called the bow.
the part of a ship that is above the main deck
a seat across the middle of a rowboat
on or relating to the deck of a ship
a room on a warship used by all the officers except for the captain
a small room on a boat where the wheel and other controls are