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An object moving to either side is "moving athwartship". On a northbound ship, east (90 deg off the bow) is "starboard". An object lying in the water to the port or starboard is said to be "abeam". Aargh.
42 prime factors -----> 2,3,7 105 prime factors -----> 3,5,7 There is 3 and 7 in common : There fore 3*7 = 21; 21 is the greatest common factor.
Water has a weight. The more you stack up the more it weighs. There fore if you stack up 10 meters or 20 meters it makes a big difference.
The fore most part of a vessel is the bow
A barquentine is a sailing vessel similar to a barque, but fore-and-aft rigged on the mainmast.
A barque a sailing ship, typically with three masts, in which the foremast and mainmast are square-rigged and the mizzenmast is rigged fore-and-aft.
Fore-mast: the first mast, or the mast fore of the main-mast.Main-mast: the tallest mast, usually located near the center of the ship.Mizzen-mast: the third mast, or the mast immediately aft of the main-mast.(information from wikipedia)
A barkentine is another term for a barquentine - a sailing vessel similar to a barque but fore-and-after rigged on the mainmast.
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Depending on the size and classification of the vessel there may be more than one mast these are referred to, generally, as the fore mast, main mast and mizzen mast at the stern.
The Bowsprit of a sailing vessel is a pole or spar extending forward from the vessel's prow, providing an anchor point for the forestays and allowing the fore-mast to be stepped farther forward on the hull