Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
What has the author Lars Gustaf Sellstedt written?
Lars Gustaf Sellstedt has written: 'Art in Buffalo' -- subject(s): Art 'From forecastle to academy' -- subject(s): Artists, Correspondence, reminiscences 'From forecastle to Academy, sailor and artist' -- subject(s): Correspondence, Artists, Biography ...
Asked in Video Games
What are the animals on the forecastle?
There are many animals on the forecastle. They are the Wildcat, Bull Nose, Pelican Hook, Monkey's Fist, Turtle Back, Snowshoe Rabbit, Cat's Paw, Hawse (horse) Pipe, Whelps, Rat Guard, Jack Ass, Fish Plate, Cats Head, and Elephant Toe. ...
Asked in Mayflower (ship)
What part of the mayflower were their meals cooked in?
Most meals weren't cooked, they were prepared, but when they were cooked, they were cooked in the "forecastle" of the ship. This is forwards the front and right off the deck on the same level. ...
Asked in History, Politics & Society, Large Ships
What part of a boat is the fo'cas'le?
The forecastle, or "fo'c's'le" is the foremost upper (or outside) deck of a ship. It used to also mean the crews quarters closest to the bow, but that is now generally referred to as the Forward Mess Deck. ...
Asked in Colonial America, Large Ships
What are the different parts in a Colonial Ship?
The two that i know are the forecastle and the steerage room! Hope that helps...... Also the hold, cabin, store room, mast, deck, hull, stern, and rudder!!!! And the storeroom, of course!!! And poop deck!!! ...
Asked in History of Maritime
Where were the crews sleeping quarters on a Baltimore Clipper?
The sleeping quarters on a Baltimore Clipper was located in an area called the forecastle. This was at the front of the ship right under the deck. The sleeping births were six feet long, but only 22 inches wide. ...
Asked in Titanic
How Many Anchors did the titanic have and how much did they weigh?
Titanic has five anchors. She has the ones on the port and starboard side, the large anchor on her bow, and she also had two kedge anchors. One kedge anchor was located on the forecastle on the starboard side just behind the breakwater and one located on the poop deck. ...
Asked in The Difference Between
What is the difference between a carrack and a Galleon?
A Carrack had rather high forecastle and sterncastle and was usually smaller than the Galleon. Therefore, the Galleon had less superstructure above the waterline which gave less windage, and increased waterline length which improved speed, and thus displayed better sailing characteristics than the Carrack ...
Asked in History of Maritime, Sailing
Whats' part of a caravel?
A caravel has a keel, a hull, a bow, a stern, an amidships, a main deck, a below decks, a bilge, a captain's quarters, a forecastle, a galley, ship's lockers, anchor(s), spare lines, sails, masts, a captain, and a crew. They usually have a spirit, too ;) but that has to be felt while operating her. ...
Asked in Colonial America
How many rooms were on the mayflower?
The Mayflower wasn't designed to carry passengers like a cruise ship. It had a state room or maybe two, one for the Captain and one for the Executive officer then in the front of the ship was the Forecastle where the deck hands slept. The pilgrims probably slept in the cargo hold next to their belongings. The Mayflower was a transport merchant ship. ...
Asked in History of England, History of Maritime
How many cannons are there on the HMS Victory?
When the HMS Victory was launched in 1765, she carried 100 guns: 30 x 42 pounders on the lower gun deck, 28 x 24 pounders on the middle gun deck, 30 x 12 pounders on the upper gun deck, 10 x 6 pounders on the quarter deck, 2 x 6 pouders on the Forecastle. By the time of the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805, Victory's guns had gone through several changes: The 42 pounders were changed to 32 pounders and back to 42 pounders and...
Asked in Academic Writing
When should you use apostrophe s?
The "apostrophe s" is used for three things. 1 For the genitive (possessive) singular of a noun: Charles's house, the Knight's Tale etc. 2 To indicate missing letters in contractions: can't, for cannot, fo'c's'l for forecastle. 3 For the plural of numerals and letters: Some old records are 78's; A's and B's are very good grades. ...
Asked in Sailing, Arts and Crafts, Large Ships
What are some of the parts of a ship?
Keel, hull(s), deck(s), superstructure(s), cabin(s) fore and aft, forecastle, hammock(s), storage locker(s), galley, head(s), mast(s), boom(s), spar(s), sail(s), binnacle, compass, chart house, wheelhouse, steering wheel, tiller, gangplank, stern, bow, midships, captain, officers, and crew. ...