Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

1 | large jib that overlaps the mainsail |
1 purser 2 forefoot 3 hawser 4 genoa 5 cringle | |

2 | three-masted vessel; aft sail of such a vessel |
1 bowsprit 2 gybe 3 yardarm 4 jibe 5 mizzen | |

3 | lengthwise wooden or steel beam in ship for bearing stress |
1 keelson 2 garboard 3 boatswain 4 orlop 5 rowlock | |

4 | to sail swiftly before a gale |
1 roach 2 frap 3 stemson 4 scud 5 trysail | |

5 | metal casting with curved arms for passing ropes for mooring ship |
1 chine 2 ratline 3 chock 4 gudgeon 5 deadwood | |

6 | sail above the royal sail |
1 lanyard 2 skysail 3 spritsail 4 leech 5 downhaul | |

7 | captain of a ship; coxswain of a longboat |
1 leech 2 timberhead 3 roband 4 patroon 5 keelson | |

8 | loop at corner of sail to which a line is attached |
1 yardarm 2 outhaul 3 cringle 4 mizzenmast 5 bowsprit | |

9 | part of ship connecting the keel with the bottom of the rudderpost |
1 manrope 2 quarterdeck 3 skeg 4 steeve 5 abaft | |

10 | stay leading from the foremast to the bow of a ship |
1 capstan 2 bunt 3 forestay 4 escutcheon 5 lagan | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

11 | ship's mast above the lower mast |
1 yardarm 2 luff 3 topmast 4 forecastle 5 forebitt | |

12 | rail round the stern of a ship |
1 hawsehole 2 taffrail 3 purser 4 transom 5 mainmast | |

13 | short raised deck at fore end of ship; fore of ship under main deck |
1 coaming 2 stemson 3 headsail 4 forecastle 5 fairlead | |

14 | the intersection of the middle and sides of a boat |
1 wardroom 2 cordage 3 chine 4 bitts 5 jibboom | |

15 | to set a ship's bowsprit at an upward inclination |
1 keelhaul 2 dyogram 3 steeve 4 bollard 5 larboard | |

16 | mast or sail above the topmast and below the royal mast |
1 washboard 2 weatherly 3 topgallant 4 gunnage 5 unreeve | |

17 | part of ship's stern where name is displayed |
1 poop 2 thole 3 escutcheon 4 brails 5 gybe | |

18 | quarters for ship's officers |
1 wardroom 2 bottomry 3 keelson 4 steeve 5 mizzen | |

19 | timbers built into ends of ship when too narrow to permit framing |
1 forecastle 2 bollard 3 parrel 4 deadwood 5 trice | |

20 | flag pole at stern of a ship |
1 leech 2 tranship 3 flagstaff 4 scuttles 5 forecastle | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

21 | old ropes untwisted for caulking the seams of ships |
1 dyogram 2 oakum 3 fluke 4 frap 5 hawsehole | |

22 | to clean a ship's bottom by burning off seaweed |
1 bower 2 topmast 3 cofferdam 4 steeve 5 bream | |

23 | piece of yarn used to fasten a sail to a spar |
1 scupper 2 roband 3 camber 4 forecabin 5 halyard | |

24 | sail set forward of the foremast of a ship |
1 headsail 2 yardarm 3 windbound 4 flagstaff 5 leech | |

25 | either end of the yard of a square-rigged ship |
1 sheer 2 forebitt 3 yardarm 4 gaff 5 yawl | |

26 | cargo jettisoned from ship but marked by buoys for recovery |
1 binnacle 2 hank 3 lagan 4 burgee 5 bottomry | |

27 | spike on prow of warship for ramming |
1 keelson 2 sternway 3 rostrum 4 quarterdeck 5 sternpost | |

28 | dock worker who loads and unloads ships |
1 companionway 2 trice 3 inboard 4 cabotage 5 stevedore | |

29 | weather side of a ship |
1 weatherboard 2 mizzen 3 scud 4 sheer 5 bilge | |

30 | stairs from upper deck of ship to lower deck |
1 companionway 2 outhaul 3 bowline 4 loxodograph 5 futtock | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

31 | part of ship where ends of lower planks meet under the stern |
1 wheelhouse 2 binnacle 3 futtock 4 demurrage 5 tuck | |

32 | line for fastening corner of a sail to the gaff or yard |
1 lanyard 2 lateen 3 frap 4 earing 5 strake | |

33 | number of guns carried on a warship |
1 scupper 2 kedge 3 gunnage 4 rostrum 5 sprit | |

34 | raised edge around ship's hatches to keep water out |
1 foresail 2 lazaret 3 gybe 4 burgee 5 coaming | |

35 | a vertical edge of a square sail |
1 leech 2 bream 3 garboard 4 forecastle 5 dodger | |

36 | device used to record ship's travels |
1 slipway 2 outrigger 3 roband 4 sidelight 5 loxodograph | |

37 | to reduce area of a sail by rolling or folding part of it |
1 coaming 2 reef 3 garboard 4 jib 5 jibboom | |

38 | to withdraw a rope from an opening |
1 purser 2 timenoguy 3 stokehold 4 unreeve 5 treenail | |

39 | blue flag with white square in centre used as ship's signal |
1 jib 2 quarterdeck 3 forefoot 4 bluepeter 5 lanyard | |

40 | wood or metal planes attached to hull to prevent leeway |
1 forestay 2 purser 3 shrouds 4 bitts 5 leeboard | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

41 | portholes on a ship |
1 scuttles 2 sternway 3 laveer 4 headsail 5 taffrail | |

42 | delay of vessel's departure or loading with cargo |
1 forecabin 2 mizzen 3 demurrage 4 martingale 5 shrouds | |

43 | device for hoisting and lowering a boat |
1 davit 2 windbound 3 yawl 4 bowsprit 5 coaming | |

44 | using the ship as collateral to finance a sea voyage |
1 crosstrees 2 bottomry 3 mizzenmast 4 inboard 5 fiddley | |

45 | ship's chart indicating compass deflection due to ship's iron |
1 windbound 2 dyogram 3 escutcheon 4 mainsail 5 tuck | |

46 | movement of a ship backwards |
1 turtleback 2 forestay 3 leeboard 4 outhaul 5 sternway | |

47 | winch used to raise a ship's anchor |
1 chine 2 mainmast 3 crosstrees 4 lastage 5 windlass | |

48 | distance between waterline and main deck of a ship |
1 brails 2 genoa 3 stevedore 4 freeboard 5 tuck | |

49 | rope used to haul a sail taut along a spar |
1 bollard 2 earing 3 fiddley 4 outhaul 5 cathead | |

50 | rope attached to middle of square sail to haul it up to the yard |
1 jackstay 2 wheelhouse 3 leech 4 gaff 5 buntline | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

51 | to sail against the wind |
1 spanker 2 waveson 3 laveer 4 headsail 5 ratline | |

52 | ramp sloping into water for supporting a ship |
1 skysail 2 slipway 3 amidships 4 groundage 5 burgee | |

53 | horizontal crosspieces at a masthead used to support ship's mast |
1 lazaret 2 steeve 3 gunnage 4 trysail 5 crosstrees | |

54 | metal pin or bearing connecting rudder to a boat |
1 bumpkin 2 gudgeon 3 transire 4 roach 5 fluke | |

55 | projection near the bow of a ship to which anchor is secured |
1 yardarm 2 futtock 3 windlass 4 cathead 5 slipway | |

56 | to haul in and lash secure a sail with a small rope |
1 whipstaff 2 trice 3 parrel 4 davit 5 outrigger | |

57 | continuous band of plates on side of a ship |
1 hank 2 strake 3 cringle 4 larboard 5 roach | |

58 | structure over ship's bows or stern |
1 bobstay 2 patroon 3 hawse 4 turtleback 5 foresail | |

59 | rib of a ship |
1 kedge 2 chock 3 timenoguy 4 hank 5 futtock | |

60 | ship's officer in charge of finances and passengers |
1 cathead 2 windbound 3 supercargo 4 purser 5 forecastle | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

61 | series of rings or clips for attaching a jib or staysail to a stay |
1 supercargo 2 bunt 3 hank 4 leeboard 5 brails | |

62 | fee paid to loaders for loading ship |
1 flagstaff 2 mainsheet 3 rowlock 4 primage 5 wardroom | |

63 | long wooden pin used to fix planks of ship to the timbers |
1 crosstrees 2 jib 3 sternway 4 gunnage 5 treenail | |

64 | rope used to keep weather edge of a sail taut |
1 taffrail 2 lagan 3 bowline 4 jackstay 5 bower | |

65 | spar on which head of fore-and-aft sail is extended |
1 earing 2 windlass 3 chock 4 rostrum 5 gaff | |

66 | band by which a yard is fastened to a mast |
1 bumpkin 2 parrel 3 luff 4 oakum 5 loxodograph | |

67 | rope or line for fastening something in a ship |
1 jib 2 sternpost 3 lanyard 4 cathead 5 transire | |

68 | short post on a wharf or ship to which ropes are tied |
1 bottomry 2 lugsail 3 jibe 4 capstan 5 bollard | |

69 | spar crossing a fore-and-aft sail diagonally |
1 mainsheet 2 lagan 3 sheer 4 sprit 5 bobstay | |

70 | ropes on edge of sail for hauling up |
1 foremast 2 lateen 3 brails 4 trysail 5 rowlock | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

71 | enclosed structure at stern of ship above main deck |
1 mainmast 2 astern 3 forecabin 4 poop 5 purser | |

72 | spar forming an extension of the bowsprit |
1 thole 2 transom 3 hank 4 stemson 5 jibboom | |

73 | sailing ship's principal mast |
1 brails 2 keelhaul 3 lastage 4 mainmast 5 bollard | |

74 | rope by which mainsail is trimmed and secured |
1 lazaret 2 bluepeter 3 transire 4 mainsheet 5 poop | |

75 | spar extended from side of ship to help secure mast |
1 outrigger 2 sprit 3 loxodograph 4 gunwale 5 bream | |

76 | at the stern of a ship |
1 astern 2 skeg 3 earing 4 gangway 5 luff | |

77 | sail on the mast nearest the stern of a square-rigged ship |
1 mainsail 2 hawsehole 3 spanker 4 companionway 5 earing | |

78 | iron or wooden bar running along yard of ship to which sails fastened |
1 abaft 2 sternpost 3 halyard 4 jackstay 5 groundage | |

79 | inside the line of a ship's bulwarks or hull |
1 inboard 2 keelhaul 3 cordage 4 topgallant 5 scud | |

80 | part of ship's deck set aside by captain for ceremonial functions |
1 amidships 2 quarterdeck 3 lastage 4 yawl 5 jibe | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

81 | corner of sail with hole to attach ropes |
1 buntline 2 clew 3 outrigger 4 bunt 5 topmast | |

82 | toward or at the stern of a ship |
1 abaft 2 jibe 3 cocket 4 hank 5 luff | |

83 | to pass a rope through a ring |
1 transom 2 trysail 3 keelson 4 reeve 5 treenail | |

84 | small ship's flag used for identification or signalling |
1 bowline 2 weatherly 3 trysail 4 gybe 5 burgee | |

85 | part of an anchor that fastens in the ground |
1 lugsail 2 staysail 3 fluke 4 parrel 5 patroon | |

86 | lower stay of rope used to sustain strain of the forestays |
1 bilge 2 oakum 3 gangway 4 martingale 5 demurrage | |

87 | top end of ship's timber used above the gunwale |
1 shrouds 2 slipway 3 buntline 4 timberhead 5 wardroom | |

88 | to swing a sail from one side to another |
1 leeboard 2 parrel 3 foremast 4 topmast 5 gybe | |

89 | to transfer from one ship to another |
1 cathead 2 tranship 3 topsail 4 outhaul 5 sponson | |

90 | cabin in fore part of ship |
1 escutcheon 2 forecabin 3 weatherly 4 unreeve 5 trice | |

Number | Question | Answer | Your answer |

91 | either of the sides of the upper deck of a ship |
1 gangway 2 jibboom 3 scuttles 4 thole 5 gybe | |

92 | four-sided sail bent to an obliquely hanging yard |
1 inboard 2 dyogram 3 mainsail 4 chock 5 lugsail | |

93 | ropes supporting the mast of a ship |
1 earing 2 bumpkin 3 shrouds 4 buntline 5 lugsail | |

94 | sail extended by a sprit |
1 spritsail 2 skeg 3 transire 4 whipstaff 5 boltrope | |

95 | small anchor to keep a ship steady |
1 kedge 2 bluepeter 3 skeg 4 lugsail 5 backstay | |

96 | hindered from sailing by contrary winds |
1 steeve 2 sponson 3 mainmast 4 whipstaff 5 windbound | |

97 | lowest deck in a ship having four or more decks |
1 dodger 2 backstay 3 fluke 4 orlop 5 ratline | |

98 | to punish by dragging under keel of ship |
1 buntline 2 gangway 3 lazaret 4 keelhaul 5 cringle | |

99 | supporting timber of a ship |
1 stemson 2 loxodograph 3 headsail 4 strake 5 cringle | |

100 | large triangular sail opposite the mainsail |
1 lagan 2 spinnaker 3 hawsehole 4 loxodograph 5 buntline |