Irish Sailing Crossword: 9
- 2. Wood framed boat that traditionally had animal skins or hides stretched over it, native to the West
- 6. Stairs are known as what onboard?
- 8. Surname originating from someone who caught fish
- 10. Traditional wooden fishing boat used on the River Shannon
- 12. Type of knot also known as a double hitch (5,5)
- 13. Surname originating from a cargo handler
- 14. Surname originated from a dock worker
- 16. Surname came from Mariner; seaman; sailor
- 18. Toilets on board are called?
- 19. Name of a bed on board?
- 1. What do you call a room on a boat?
- 2. Small oval vessel’s first used in the early 16th century, not exclusive to Ireland, looks like a large walnut shell, often covered in animal skin and tar to make it waterproof
- 3. Surname originally form builder of boats
- 4. Ancient and simple knot used to form a fixed "eye" at the end of a rope
- 5. Sailing boats, 35 – 45 feet long, used mainly for transporting goods on the West coast (6,6)
- 7. surname from ships master
- 9. Used for fishing along the southern coast of Ireland in the 1900s and then used as racing boats (8,4)
- 11. Knot used for joining lines of different diameter or rigidity (5,4)
- 15. Kitchen on board is called?
- 17. Also known as a square knot (4,4)