Hull means: a saddle.
Hull means: a saddle.
Slang: Hull means: a saddle.
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Hull Speed means: The maximum speed a hull can achieve without planing : the fastest a keelboat will go, usually dependent on length of the hull at the waterline
Sponson means: (1) Any of several structures that project from the side of a boat or ship, especially a gun platform. (2) Appendages added to the side of a vessel, such as a canoe or kayak, to aid in stability. (3) A pontoon:like hull, or portion of a hull, that provides lift. A three:point hydroplane has two sponsons, one each side of the main hull.
Frame means: A timber or rib of a ship running from the keel to the side rail; the transverse strengthening members in a ship's hull that extend from the keel to the deck or gunwale. The frames form the shape of the hull and act as a skeleton on which the hull planking is secured.
Hard Chine means: An abrupt intersection between the hull side and the hull bottom of a boat.
Hull Down means: Said of a distant ship when her hull is below horizon and her masts and upper works are visible.
Planing Hull means: A type of hull shaped to glide easily across the water at high speed.
Hard Chine means: An abrupt intersection between the hull side and the hull bottom of a boat so constructed.
Above-water hull means: The hull section of a vessel above the waterline, the visible part of a ship. Also, topside.
Hydrofoil means: A boat with wing-like foils mounted on struts below the hull, lifting the hull entirely out of the water at speed and allowing water resistance to be greatly reduced. Example: HMCS Bras D'or
Outrigger means: A structure which extends outboard beyond the edge of the hull for some special purpose. Some Polynesian canoes use outriggers to support an "ama" or small secondary hull, while fishing boats may use outriggers to suspend lines or nets over the water.
bab means: Verb. To defecate. [Yorks/Hull/Notts use]Noun. 1. Faeces. [Yorks/Hull/Notts use] 2. Term of affectionate address, such as dear or friend. [W. Midlands use] 3. Abb. of kebab.
Three Point Hydroplane means: A hydroplane that has two sponsons, one at each side of the hull. The sponsons lift the hull so that, at high speeds, only they and the propeller are in contact with the water, hence three points.
Deep V means: Refers to the shape of a boat's (usually power boat) hull. A deep V hull is usually good at cutting through rough waves at high speeds.
Length Overall means: The maximum length of a vessel's hull measured parallel to the waterline, usually measured on the hull alone, and including overhanging ends that extend beyond the bow and stern.
Tumblehome means: A specific hull shape where the widest part of the hull is below deck level. Originally used to lower canal toll charges where tariffs are calculated by dimensions at deck level.
DAISY DORMER means: Daisy dormer was old British slang for a bed warmer.
DRINK means: Drink is British slang for a small bribe, tip.Drink is Black−American slang for a large body of water.
ONE AND EIGHT means: One and eight is London Cockney rhyming slang for plate.
ZENNIT means: Zennit is Dorset slang for seven nights, a week.
shade means: Adj. Unfair, questionable, disreputable, dubious. Probably from shady.
gearbox means: n transmission. The box of gears that sits between the engine and the prop shaft of a car.
Bustle means: A pad stuffed with cotton or feathers, worn by ladies for the double purpose of giving a greater prominence to the hips, and setting off the smallness of the waist.
GIGGLE SMOKE means: marijuana
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