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International Bareboat Skipper (IYT)
  1. Thecenterofa channei. fake (flake)

  2. Lay out a line on the deck using large loops to keep it from becoming tangled.

Pay out, английский
  1. To ease a line,

  2. Дать слабину

  3. Release a line slowly. paying-off pendant: although there is no proper specification or authorization, it has long been the custom of rn ships returning to pay off after a foreign commission to unofficially wear a long white pendant with a saint george’s cross at the hoist and a balloon or bladder at the fly to keep it clear of the water. it is hoisted on leaving the foreign station, and worn when arriving at the home port to pay off, as well as when entering and leaving any intermediate stops. originally, crews stitched all their cleaning rags together and hoisted them to show they were no longer needed. later, proper pendants were made on board as a communal effort, with each member of the ship’s company putting in a few stitches. more recently, they are purchased ashore by the ship’s welfare fund. there are several unofficial “rules” (customs, really) concerning the length of the pendant; most of them relating to either the length of the ship or the height of its foremast, which is incremented for each month on a foreign station (often by 12 inches). u.s. naval vessels do not pay off, but continue the tradition with their homeward-bound pennants.

  4. Расплачиваться; выплачивать

Boltrope, английский
  1. The rope that is sewn into the foot and luff of some mainsails and the luff of some jibs by which the saits are attached to the boat.

  2. A rope to which the edge of a sail is stitched to prevent splitting. it is made of the best hemp and finest yarns, and is the most superior kind of cordage.