Parts of a Viking Longship
Terms in this set (14)
a structure rising above the hull that holds the rigging and salls of a ship
a timber piece running along the entire length of the bottom of a ship
planking that extends along the hull of a ship
A long hand lever attached to the top of the rudder, used to steer the vessel. The term is derived from the handle of a plow used to till the soil.
wooden support structure of a ship
back part of the ship
a ship with one sail and oars on each side used for raiding and exploring
long oar used to steer a boat.
wool or linen cloth used to catch the wind on a ship. It was often dyed red to make the longship look fearsome.
front part of a ship
the upper edge of the side of a boat
the holes on the side of the ship that hold the oars
a carved figure on the front (bow) of a boat
the ropes used to support and work the masts, yards, sails, etc., on a ship.
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