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Crossing the High Seas and Nautical Terms

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Transcript of Crossing the High Seas and Nautical Terms

Different Conditions Aboard the Ship
Life Abroad
What are nautical terms you ask? Nautical terms are phrases used when on a ship.
Nautical Terms
Some terms that are more UNCOMMON in other words, these aren't used quite as often.
Nautical Terms
Trestletrees
Toung
Brig
Bowsprit
Cathead
Jibboom
CHECK THIS OUT, AND LEARN MORE!
WHERE DID WE GET IT?
Bibliography:
Encyclopedia S-Sn
norwayheritage.com
seatalk.info
dictionaryreference.com
merriam.com
webster.com/dictionary
see-the-sea.org
understandingyourancestors.com/ia/shipVoyage.aspx
The most common ships were Packet Ships and Clipper Ships
Packet ships carried cargo and passengers.
Clipper ships were designed for speed.

Left: Clipper ship
Right: packet ship
FISHES!!!!!!!!!
Crossing the High Seas and Nautical Terms
By: Sophia Wang, Maddie Dupuy, Elle Cosby, Gracie Ding, and Maria Smith
Families had to save for several years in order to travel.
Basic provisions.
One way trips.
Slept in poor conditions.
No food variety.
Large variety of illnesses and poor physical conditions.
In storms, they had little light or fresh air.
DIFFERENT TYPES OF SHIPS
Avast
Buoy
Crows Nest
Head
EBB
Knot
Vessel
Wheel
Deck
Anchor
Common
Highs
Why?
Food options:

Fish
Butter
Wheat
Salt
Onions
Coffee
Potatoes
other stuff that is not GREAT alone/plain
Religious reasons
Political reasons
Freedom
Lows
Little sleep
Difficult to navigate
Finding the money
Where to go?
Disease
Shipwreck
Learning to get through tough times
There's a better place ahead
Celebrations occurred
Fun things to do aboard the ship
Uncommon
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