The Problem with Paradise Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

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

Sailing and Boats Word Search

Sailing and Boats Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

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

Nautical Crossword

Nautical Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

"Red ______________"
"Green __________"
Left Side of the Boat
Right side of the boat
Front of the boat
Back of the boat
"Red, Right, ___________________"
Positioning the boat with the wind directly in front of you (3W)
Running with wind directly behind you
Sailing with wind directly on your side (2W)
Sailing with wind forward of you at 45 degrees or less (2W)
A Forward Sail
To change sailing direction by swinging the bow thru the wind
To change direction by swinging the stern thru the wind
A big, colorful forward sail usually used downwind
I have 2 masts with the shorter one stepped aft of the rudder post or wheel
Two boats sailing parallel, one closest to the wind
Two boats sailing parallel, one below the other, further from the wind
The "King of Knots"
Knot to stop a rope from running through a block (2W)
Best way to attach a fender to a rail (3W)
What you fasten a dockline to
A way to tidy up loose ends of line on a deck and make flat (2W)
Putting away a sail so that it lies back and forth on itself neatly
A Type of Visual Distress Signals
Personal Floatation Device
Color of Port Side Light
Color of Starboard Side Light
Color of Stern Light
Red flag with a white diagonal stripe indicates what?
Air filled bumpers used when docking or rafting up boats
Type of Permanent Mooring Anchor
Another name for a Plow Anchor
Small craft anchor for temporary use
What you always do to make sure your anchor is set
Time between tide changes
Line used for anchoring
Mechanism used in pulling in a sail
Line used to pull in a sail
I have 2 to 7 masts with the foremast shorter than the others

SAILING Word Search

SAILING Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

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

Sailing Terminology Crossword

Sailing Terminology  Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

Facing Forward, I am the left side of the boat
Facing Forward I am the right side of the boat
Front of the Boat
The boats direction relative to the wind
Where you steer the boat
Term used when the boat sticks down into the water
Change direction of the boat through facing the stern into the wind
An alternate way of changing the direction, not tacking
Side of the boat closet to the wind
The big triangular sail just aft of the sailboat’s mast
The next most common sail on any boat, found forward of the mast
Measure of distance in the sea
Who is the commander of the ship

TALK LIKE A PIRATE Crossword

TALK LIKE A PIRATE Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

What command is given to crew to prepare to tack?
What do we call the width of a boat at its widest point?
A command to fall off, head away from the wind ?
the spar extending directly aft from the mast to which the foot of the main sail attaches
the forward part of the boat
a nautical hardware that is used to secure a line
the point of sail that is closest to the wind
a line running through the lower corner of main sail that is used to tighten the luff of the sail
a line used to secure the boat to the dock
to fold or roll up a sail
line used to hoist for lower I sale
command given to the crew just prior to tacking
a boat that is head to wind, making no forward progress
to come up, changing course towards the wind
the small forward sail of a boat
to change direction of a boat by steering the strong through the wind
the heavy vertical fan beneath the boat that helps keep it upright and prevents it from slipping sideways in the water
the windward side jibsheet that is not under strain
the direction away from the wind where the wind is blowing to
a nautical rope
the sail hoisted on the mast
the controlling line for the mainsail
large aluminum pole in the middle of a boat from which the main sail is set
nogozone an area into the wind in which a boat cannot produce power to sail
a boat that is heeling too far because of the amount of wind

Parts of a boat Word Search

Parts of a boat Word Search
Type
Word Search
Description

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

Boat Basics Crossword

Boat Basics Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

Swing or Steer off course
Moving waves or path boat leaves
To the direction from which wind is coming
Hull bottom shaped of a "V"
Fore & aft balance
Stern cross-section
Right angles to the centerline of boat
Stern cross-section
Bar or handle for turning rudder
Rise and fall of water levels
Fill with water but not settle to bottom
Forward most part of bow
The after part of the boat
Violent wind and rain
Measurement of the water's depth
Cabin or Saloon floor
Not fastened; to loosen
Direction toward which the current is flowing
Boat ready for use
A through hull valve, a shut off
Propeller
Art & skills of boat handling
Make fast
Drain holes on deck
Allow line to feed freely
Vertical board for steering boat
Anchor line or chain
Sides of a boat aft of amidships
Left side of a boat looking forward
Navigation by use of visible references
Vessel having right-of-way
Protection for wharves, piers etc.
Over the side
Art of conducting a boat from one point to another
One minute of Latitude, App 6070 feet
Equal distant from bow to stern
A record of courses or operation
Rope and cordage used aboard a vessel
Sideways movement caused by wind or current
Direction away from the wind
A storage space in a boat's stern area
Distance north or south of the equator
Centerline of a boat running fore and aft
A measure of speed
Structure usually projecting out from the shore
Main body of a vessel
Person who steers the boat
Wheel or tiller controlling the rudder
An opening in a boat's deck
Kitchen area
Equipment that is jammed or entangled
Compartment in the bow of a small boat
The palm of an anchor
A distress signal
Six feet
The depth of water a boat draws
A pier or a wharf
A boat's weight in water
Horizontal movement of water
Small shelter cabin in a boat
A line down in circular turns
Opening from which the boat is handled
Fittings through which anchor lines are led
Map used by navigators
A fitting to which lines are made fast
To turn over
Float used for marking a position on the water
Forward part of a boat
Hull below the floor boards
The greatest width of the boat
Opposite of ahead
Above the deck
Opposite of windward
Toward the stern of the boat
On or within the boat

The Voyage of the Frog Crossword

The Voyage of the Frog Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

a spar extending forward from a ships bow and provides an anchor point for the forestays
a structure rising above the hull and upper portions of a ship to hold sails
a pole along the foot of a fore and aft rigged sail that greatly improves control of the angle and shape of the sail
the watertight body of a ship or boat
a hinged metal plate that forms a part of fastening for a door or lid; a latch or lock
a portion of a dock or pier where a boat is berthed or moored; a parking space for boats
rope used to hoist a ladder, sail, flag or yard on a boat
a triangular sail that sets ahead of the foremast of a sailing vessel
attached to the boom and is used to control the mainsail
barrier built out into a body of water to protect a coast or harbor from the force of waves
series of waves
a lever used to steer the boat
the action of providing or supplying something for use
to roll about in mud or water
a rope whip with nine knotted cords used to flog offenders
the side of the boat which is to the left of an observer aboard the vessel and facing the bow
a device for securing a boat
the back of the ship
a system of ropes, cables and chains that support a sail boat's mast
the forward part of the hull of the ship

Parts of a boat Crossword

Parts of a boat Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

Rotates and powers a boat forwards and backwards
What is used to steer a boat
Name of the rear of a ship
Name of front part of ship
The body of a boat/ship
Left hand side of a boat
Right hand side of a boat
Holds oars
Catches the wind on a sailing boat
Metal fitting to which a rope can be fastened
Upper edge of a boat’s side
It is thrown in the water
Used In rowing
Metal pole fastened to rudderto help steer

Construction Crossword

Construction Crossword
Type
Crossword
Description

Bristol, Cardiff, Birmingham have one
Used to get from A to B
Used to carry goods and people
Large ships dock here
An artificial waterway constructed to allow the passage of boats or ships inland
A built-up area with a name
A track made of steel rails which trains run along
The basic physical and organizational structures and facilities (e.g buildings, roads, power supplies) needed for the operation of society.
A large town
An enclosed area of water in a port for loading, unloading, and repair of ships
A building for human habitation.
To change an area of a town buy replacing old buildings, roads, etc.
Having paid work
A building used as a place of business for non - manual work.
A dual - carriageway road designed for fast traffic