It means leaning over. ==More specifically== Both list and heel refer to lean or tilt in a boat or ship. The term list is usually used to refer to a tendency of a boat to lean due to some problem of ballast or weight distribution. Heel, on the other hand, is usually used to refer to the leaning of a sailboat as a result of the force of the wind upon its sails. Hope that helps clarify the difference between the two.
a boating term
That is the correct spelling of the verb form "listed." It is the past tense and past participle of the verb to list, and may be used as an adjective.Listed can mean put on a list, or the usually nautical term for leaned to one side.
It is not a nautical term. It is a hand plunger to wash clothes by hand and is the brand name. It also has a picture of an imaginary CWS Invincible ship embossed on the side.
1 nautical mile = 0.33 leagues.
The nautical term for stopping a sailboat by pointing into the wind is "in irons."
what does "rigged to blow" mean? It sounds like an old nautical term.
If you mean "due port" it is a direction in sailing/boating, due port is the nautical term for directly left
Leftovers...odds and ends...random pieces of equipment It is also a nautical term for extra supplies or perquisites.