Ships to Sea
bow: the front of a ship.
bulkhead: the walls of a ship.
bunk: a bed on a ship.
convoy: a group of ships traveling together for protection.
fleet: a group of ships.
galley: the kitchen on a ship.
hull: the frame of a ship.
keel: the backbone of a ship.
landlubber: a person who prefers the land to the sea.
line: rope used on a ship.
mast: a long pole rising from the keel through the deck, which generally holds sails.
mess: the area where meals are served and eaten.
navy: a nation's entire military organization for sea warfare and defense, including vessels, personnel, and shore establishments.
overhead: the ceiling of a ship.
port: the left side of a ship when facing the bow.
rigging: the ropes and other equipment used to raise the sails.
rudder: a moveable flat piece of wood or metal attached to the back of the ship that turns to steer the vessel.
starboard: the right side of the ship when facing the bow.
stern: the back of a ship.
turret: a revolving structure on a warship with guns mounted inside.
vessel: a hollow structure used on water, such as a boat or ship.