Leeboard

A fin mounted on the side of a boat (usually in pairs) that can be lowered on the lee side of the ship to reduce leeway (similarly to a centerboard, which see).
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Leeboard

A leeboard is a lifting foil used by a sailboat, much like a centerboard, but located on the leeward side of the boat. The leeward side is used so that the leeboard is not lifted from the water when the boat heels, or leans under the force of the wind. ==History== Leeboards existed in China from at least the eighth century on warships that `held ....
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Leeboard

• (n.) A board, or frame of planks, lowered over the side of a vessel to lessen her leeway when closehauled, by giving her greater draught.
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Leeboard

Lee'board` (lē'bōrd`) noun A board, or frame of planks, lowered over the side of a vessel to lessen her leeway when closehauled, by giving her greater draught.
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Leeboard

A fin mounted on the side of a boat (usually in pairs) that can be lowered on the lee side of the ship to reduce leeway (similarly to a centerboard, which see).
Found on http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossary_of_nautical_terms

leeboard

Boards hung from the side of a boat to reduce leeway. Or a board placed vertically along the side of a bunk to keep the occupant from falling out.
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leeboard

wood or metal planes attached to hull to prevent leeway
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leeboard

wood or metal planes attached to hull to prevent leeway
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