A motor mounted externally on the transom of a small boat. The boat may be steered by twisting the whole motor, instead of or in addition to using a rudder.
A line used to control the tension of a sail's foot.
Hauling the buntline ropes over the sails to prevent them from chaffing.
The "ceiling," or, essentially, the bottom of the deck above you.
When tacking, holding a course too long.
Capsized or foundered.
traditional Royal Navy term for the Captain, a survival from the days when privately-owned ships were often hired for naval service.