2. The lowest part of a vessel's hull, where any water in the hull
3. A person who navigates a vessel. Historically another name for
Navigator, usually different from the Master or Captain.
4. Floors on a ship. Each level is called this.
6. The middle of the ship, either lengthwise or widthwise, or both.
8. The left side of a vessel. This side of the ship traditionally
pulls to the dock.
9. The top rail of the side of a boat or ship.
10. The back of a vessel.
11. Toward the rear of the ship
12. The front of a vessel.
10. The right side of a vessel. The team is
derived from "steering board" a large, paddle-shaped board used to steer ancient boats.
Traditionally this board was on the right side of the ship.
1. The front part of a ship.
2. Any heavy material such as lead, concrete, or stones placed low
in a vessel to increase stability
5. A person who pilots the ship in specific bodies of water.
7. The outer body or shell of a vessel, floating partially immersed
in water and supporting the remainder of the vessel.