Section of Whaleboat. 1-Bow-chock and roller. 2-Clumsy-cleat. 3-Crotch for harpoons. 4-Harpooner's thwart. 5-Paddles 6-Harpoons with lances on opposite side. 7-Rowlocks 8-Bow-thwart. 9-Midship-thwart. 10-Tub-thwart. 11-After-thward. 12-Boat-spades and waifs. 13-Lantern-ket. 14-'Piggin' for bailing boat. 15-Rudder. 16-Steering-oar rowlock. 17-Hoisting eyebolt. 18-Tiller (used when sailing). 19-Loggerhead. 20-Boom for sailing (spritsails are often used). 21-Center case (small tub for 75-fathom line on other side). 22-Large tub for whale line. 23-Gaff 24-Mast. 25-Keel and floor timbers. 26-Main sheet. 27-Gunwale streak (about 9 inches wide in widest part). 28-Center-boart (partly down). 29-Ceiling. Timbers are spaced aobut 6 inches apart.
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