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See also: Signals.
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Electronic device used for 'seeing'.
See also: Radio Frequencies.
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Spherical shield for the radar scanner.
Slope of a funnel, mast or stem.
The basic form of the raked bow:
See also: Bow.
The basic form of the raked and bulbous bow:
See also: Bow.
The centre hull section of a three-point hydroplane, which is shaped like an airfoil to generate lift.
Horizontal ropes between shrouds to allow rapid climbing.
Short bamboo cane.
Light line on a sail to assist in reefing. Several rows, allow single, double, or treble reefing.
Blocks and ropes used to reef sails.
To partially furl a sail. Done in strong winds to reduce strain.
Midshipman. Their duty at sail-making station was supervising on the yards.
Boat with a Rigid hull but with inflatables atop.
General term for ropes leading aloft for support or control.
HMS Rodney saw service from November1927 to March 1948, arriving for breaking up in March 1948. more......
The roostertail of spray that follows a hydroplane or fast electric.
A day off.
A thread of hemp, which twisted together with others forms a rope.
Get out or get up.
The device for steering a boat.
The planing surface on the bottom of a sponson.
Lines that controlled yards and sails.