BIMINI: Cover or roof to protect crew from sun and adverse weather on the bridge or in the cockpit the boat.
BITTER END: The last part of a rope or chain. The inboard end of the anchor rode.
BLOCK: A pulley on board ship in invariably called a block ...
A is a weather resistant fabric stretched over a stainless steel frame, fastened above the cockpit of a sailboat or flybridge of a power yacht which serves as a rain or sun shade.
A canvas cover over the helm or cockpit area.
Vertical post extending above the deck to secure docking lines.
A cover used to shelter the cockpit from the sun.
Any of the deck posts, often in pairs, around which lines or chains are wound and held fast.
A weather protection covering, usually mounted on a frame over a portion of the cockpit. Can be of fabric, i.e., canvas or hard material, i.e., fiberglass or plastic.
; A cockpit cover to give shelter the from the sun.
BINNACLE; A pedestal or mounting which holds the compass.
BIRCH-BARK CANOE; A canoe with hull covered by one or more pieces of stitched birch-bark.
Bimini. 1, an Island in The Bahamas. 2, a collapsible canvas top to shield the cockpit from sun; as in: In the strong sun of the tropics all were glad to have the bimini up.
Sun shade. A provides protection from the sun. It is commonly made from fabric mounted on a collapsable frame. BOARD FOOT A lumber measurement. One board foot = 1" X 12" X 12".
Bimini top: Open-front canvas top for the cockpit of a boat, usually supported by a metal frame.
Bimmy: A punitive instrument
Binnacle: The stand on which the ship's compass is mounted.
Binnacle list: A ship's sick list.
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Canvas - Tightly woven cloth used for sails, awnings, covers, dodgers and biminis; slang for sails.
Cap - A piece of trim, usually wood, used to cover and often decorate a portion of the boat, i.e., caprail.
Dodger, splash cloths, and . Dodger with easy visibility forward to keep the wind out of the cockpit, and along with splash cloths keep crew in the cockpit dry when water is shipped, and to shade us from the tropical sun.
Tucked behind the deck saloon and protected from the elements by a dodger and bimini, the 440s cockpit has a snug feel to it. Most sail controls are led to a standard, powered-up (electric) winch just to port on the aft end of the cabintrunk.
Tightely woven cloth used for sails, covers, dodgers and s. Typically made from cotton, hemp or linen. Modern sails are made out of synthetic materials generally known as sailcloth. A slang word for a "sail".
Additionally, the bimini does not offer as much protection as one thinks, because of the sun reflection on the water. The trade winds in the Caribbean also make one feel comfortable even though the sun is knocking hard.
Clean and inspect canvas, covers and top.
Clean and inspect bilges and through hull fittings.
Check all fittings secure.
Lubricate all hinges, latches, etc with the best
corrosion inhibiting lubricant you can buy.
sail - The specifically designed cloth that catches or directs the wind and, in doing so, powers a vessel. Term also applied to a ship, or an assemblage of ships, as "We saw four sail off Bimini." ...
See also: Boat, Hull, Navigation, Cockpit, Forward