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The beam of a boat is its maximum width.

Bit-by-Bit, Port Side

Bit-by-Bit – a Catana 47 catamaran.


Bitts are used to hang lines or coils of rope on.


Booms on modern sailboats run horizontally from the mast aft. On an old ship, the boom was a spar which extended the foot of the sail.

Bosun’s chairs

Bosun’s chairs were seats suspended on a tether of rope, used to haul or lower a person.


The bow of the boat is the tapered front portion, designed to split the water into the wake.


The bow-beam runs across the bows of a catamaran and provides support and rigidity.


Bit-by-Bit’s tender is called Byte-Me.

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