Type
Word Search
Description

SUNFISH
LIFEJACKET
STARBOARD
PORT
STERN
DECK
MASTRING
BOW
RUDDER
MAST
GASKET
HIKINGSTICK
SAIL
SHEET
HALYARD
CLAMCLEAT
SAILCLIP
HULL
DAGGERBOARD
TILLER
BOOM

Sailing and Boats Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

winch
cleat
cabin
chart
buoy
dinghy
ensign
flag
mainsail
job
sail
mast
halyard
sheet
starboard
port
stern
bow

Nautical Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

"Red ______________" NUN
"Green __________" CAN
Left Side of the Boat PORT
Right side of the boat STARBOARD
Front of the boat BOW
Back of the boat STERN
"Red, Right, ___________________" RETURNING
Positioning the boat with the wind directly in front of you (3W) INTO THE WIND
Running with wind directly behind you DOWNWIND
Sailing with wind directly on your side (2W) BEAM REACH
Sailing with wind forward of you at 45 degrees or less (2W) CLOSE HAULED
A Forward Sail JIB
To change sailing direction by swinging the bow thru the wind TACK
To change direction by swinging the stern thru the wind JIBE
A big, colorful forward sail usually used downwind SPINNAKER
I have 2 masts with the shorter one stepped aft of the rudder post or wheel YAWL
Two boats sailing parallel, one closest to the wind WINDWARD
Two boats sailing parallel, one below the other, further from the wind LEEWARD
The "King of Knots" BOWLINE
Knot to stop a rope from running through a block (2W) FIGURE EIGHT
Best way to attach a fender to a rail (3W) TWO HALF HITCHES
What you fasten a dockline to CLEAT
A way to tidy up loose ends of line on a deck and make flat (2W) FLEMISH COIL
Putting away a sail so that it lies back and forth on itself neatly FLAKE
A Type of Visual Distress Signals FLARES
Personal Floatation Device PFD
Color of Port Side Light RED
Color of Starboard Side Light GREEN
Color of Stern Light WHITE
Red flag with a white diagonal stripe indicates what? DIVER DOWN
Air filled bumpers used when docking or rafting up boats FENDERS
Type of Permanent Mooring Anchor MUSHROOM
Another name for a Plow Anchor CQR
Small craft anchor for temporary use GRAPNEL
What you always do to make sure your anchor is set BACKDOWN
Time between tide changes SLACK
Line used for anchoring RODE
Mechanism used in pulling in a sail WINCH
Line used to pull in a sail SHEET
I have 2 to 7 masts with the foremast shorter than the others SCHOONER

Euan's boat wordsearch

Type
Word Search
Description

Leeward
Windward
Mainsheet
Tiller
Paddle
Daggerboard
Rudder
Mainsail
Stern
Bow
Boom
Mast
Starboard
Port

Cadet Week 2017 Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Gybe
Tack
Port
Starboard
Race
Tailtails
Rope
Jib
Sail
Dagger board
Tiller
Rudder
Boom
Mast
Hull
Oppie
Pico
Sharks
Barracudas
Piranhas
Stingrays

Boat Basics Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Swing or Steer off course Yaw
Moving waves or path boat leaves Wake
To the direction from which wind is coming Windward
Hull bottom shaped of a "V" V Bottom
Fore & aft balance Trim
Stern cross-section Transom
Right angles to the centerline of boat Thwartships
Stern cross-section Transom
Bar or handle for turning rudder Tiller
Rise and fall of water levels Tide
Fill with water but not settle to bottom Swamp
Forward most part of bow Stem
The after part of the boat Stern
Violent wind and rain Squall
Measurement of the water's depth Sounding
Cabin or Saloon floor Sole
Not fastened; to loosen Slack
Direction toward which the current is flowing Set
Boat ready for use Seaworthy
A through hull valve, a shut off SeaCock
Propeller Screw
Art & skills of boat handling Seamanship
Make fast Secure
Drain holes on deck Scuppers
Allow line to feed freely Run
Vertical board for steering boat Rudder
Anchor line or chain Rode
Sides of a boat aft of amidships Quarter
Left side of a boat looking forward Port
Navigation by use of visible references Piloting
Vessel having right-of-way Priveleged
Protection for wharves, piers etc. Piling
Over the side Overboard
Art of conducting a boat from one point to another navigation
One minute of Latitude, App 6070 feet Nauticalmile
Equal distant from bow to stern Midship
A record of courses or operation Log
Rope and cordage used aboard a vessel Line
Sideways movement caused by wind or current Leeway
Direction away from the wind Leeward
A storage space in a boat's stern area Lazarette
Distance north or south of the equator Latitude
Centerline of a boat running fore and aft Keel
A measure of speed Knot
Structure usually projecting out from the shore Jetty
Main body of a vessel Hull
Person who steers the boat Helmsperson
Wheel or tiller controlling the rudder Helm
An opening in a boat's deck Hatch
Kitchen area Galley
Equipment that is jammed or entangled Fouled
Compartment in the bow of a small boat Forepeak
The palm of an anchor Fluke
A distress signal Flare
Six feet Fathom
The depth of water a boat draws Draft
A pier or a wharf Dock
A boat's weight in water Displacement
Horizontal movement of water Current
Small shelter cabin in a boat Cuddy
A line down in circular turns Coil
Opening from which the boat is handled Cockpit
Fittings through which anchor lines are led Chock
Map used by navigators Chart
A fitting to which lines are made fast Cleat
To turn over Capsize
Float used for marking a position on the water Buoy
Forward part of a boat Bow
Hull below the floor boards Bilge
The greatest width of the boat Beam
Opposite of ahead Astern
Above the deck Aloft
Opposite of windward Alee
Toward the stern of the boat AFT
On or within the boat Aboard

Parts of a boat Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Reef
Bowline
Bight
Knot
Windward
Leeward
Winch
Cleat
Gunwhale
Current
Drift
Downwind
Upwind
Hatch
Quarter
Bouyancy
Paddle
Bulkhead
Rudder
Amidships
Aft
Forward
Starboard
Port
Transom
Thwart
Cockpit
Stern
Bow

Parts of a boat Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Rotates and powers a boat forwards and backwards Propeller
What is used to steer a boat Rudder
Name of the rear of a ship Aft
Name of front part of ship Bow
The body of a boat/ship Hull
Left hand side of a boat Port
Right hand side of a boat Starboard
Holds oars Rowlocks
Catches the wind on a sailing boat Sail
Metal fitting to which a rope can be fastened Cleat
Upper edge of a boat’s side Gunwale
It is thrown in the water Anchor
Used In rowing Oar
Metal pole fastened to rudderto help steer Tiller

Titanic Ship Parts Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

boatdeck
boiler
bow
deck
bulkhead
funnel
furnace
hullplates
poopdeck
keel
bridge
mast
lifeboat
hull
Titanic
port
rivets
starboard
stern
wheelhouse

The Problem with Paradise Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A wind indicator is called Tiller
Is attached to the clew of the jib Jib Sheet
The right hand side of ship or boat when facing forward Starboard
A type of small boat carried by larger ship Dinghy
When the stem of a boat passes through the wind Jibing
How to hold a boat in place Anchoring
A tall upright post on a boat that carries the sails Mast
When two surfaces are rubbed together Lapping
A lifting device Winch
A device that flexible materials can be wound Spool
A place or habor where ships are loaded or unloaded Port
A compartment for the pilot of and aircraft or spacecraft Cockpit
To be tilted by the pressure of wind Heeling
A long pole or rod Boom
A rope used to hoist a flag or a ladder Halyard
The front end of a ship Bow

Cadet Week wordsearch

Type
Word Search
Description

Tack
Jib
Sail
Tailtails
Dagger board
Port
Starboard
Rope
Tiller
Rudder
Boom
Hull
Mast
Oppie
Pico
Racing
Sharks
Barracuda
Piranhas
Stingrays