3 edition of Modern seamanship found in the catalog.
Austin Melvin Knight
|Statement||by Austin M. Knight...11th ed., rewritten and revised by Captain Robert A. Hall...assisted by the officers of the Department of seamanship and navigation, United States Naval academy. Chapters on weather prepared by Professor Frederick L. Caudle...|
|Contributions||Hall, Robert Archibald, 1888- ed., Caudle, Frederick L., 1900-, United States Naval Academy. Dept. of Seamanship and Navigation.|
|LC Classifications||VK541 .K73 1945|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 948 p.|
|Number of Pages||948|
|LC Control Number||45006249|
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Cranes projecting from the ship's side to hoist boats, etc. Carvel Blair and Prof. Usually forward on the berth-deck or leading off of fore-passage. This eighteenth edition also provides you with new sections on channel marking, towing and salvage, and the maritime buoyage system. Gun-deck A covered deck of a man-of-war carrying the whole or a portion of her battery. A knee which is inclined diagonally, usually to clear a port.
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Frames in which are set the side-lights of a vessel when under way. Such are the studding-sail boom-irons on the lower and top-sail yards. I assure you to leave off reading was like tearing myself away from the shelter of an old and solid friendship.
Iron rings secured to one yard or spar, to support another spar, which passes through the iron. From preparation and boat handling under sail and powerto working on deck, you'll be inspired by the breadth and depth of knowledge at your fingertips.
A beam extending across the after-part of the ship. It is of live-oak, or elm, and made of several pieces, the joints of which are known as scarphs. A new section on ship communications tells you how to select and operate modern communication devices. It was too long to be his. Thus to put the vessel into astern mode the rudder can be rotated through degrees without altering the speed and direction of the engine.
See Helm. It is an indispensable reference source for pleasure boaters, merchant marine personnel, and anyone who needs expert seagoing advice. Hole cut in ship's side to give light and air to berth-deck. Now in its eighteenth edition, Knight's Modern Seamanship continues the salty tradition of its predecessors.
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Eye-bolts having a ring through the eye of the bolt. Commonly used to define the after side of a top-gallant forecastle. A bar of iron or wood which passes through a fid-hole in the heel of a mast and rests on the trestle-trees on either side. Dee Fitch Modern seamanship book by this venerable Modern seamanship book to shiphandling and safety and you'll easily see why, since publication Modern seamanship book the first edition 83 years ago, it has been the single-most trusted "beacon" for millions of pleasure boaters and professional seamen alike.
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The quarters of the commanding officer of a ship. These propellers rotated counterclockwise at all times and so the "walk" was "normal". To check marine growth on the bottom of vessels and the consequent decrease of speed, all wooden vessels of war are sheathed with copper from the keel to a point some distance above their line of flotation, or "water-line.
A small wooden cap on a flag-staff or mast-head with holes or sheaves for halliards. That was the question.Aug 04, · Modern seamanship by Austin Melvin Knight,D. Van Nostrand Company, inc. edition, in English - 10th ed., rewritten and rev.
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