130 Spanish Nautical Vocabulary


Abeam – Por el traves

Admiralty Law – Derecho Marítimo

Ahead -Avante

Anchor – Ancla

Anchorage – Fondeadero

Astern – Atras

Awning – Toldo

Bad hook up. – Mal ansuelado.

Bait – Carnada

Battery – Bateria

Bay -Bahia

Beacon   Baliza

Beam (nautical) – Manga (náutica)

Bilge – Pantoque

Boat – Bote

Boom (sailing) – Botavara

Bow (ship) – Proa

Bowsprit – Bauprés

Bulkhead  – Mamparo

Buoy – Boya

Cabin (ship) – Camarote

Cable Length – Cable (unidad De Longitud)

Call sign   Senal de llamada

Capstan (nautical) – Cabrestante

Carburetor – Carburador

Catamaran – Catamarán

Channel   Canal

Chart   Carta nautical

Clew Puno de escota

Club – Clava, Palo

Cockpit – Banera

Compass – Compas

Cruiser -Yate Crucero

Cushions – Cogines

Deck (ship) – Cubierta (barco)

Depth – Fondo

Dinghy – Chinchorro

Dock (maritime) – Dársena

Drag – Freno

Estuary – Estuario

Fathom – Braza (unidad)

Feather Jig – Pluma

Fighting Chair – Silla de batalla, silla giratoria

Fin – Aleta

Fishing boat – Pesquero

Fishing line – Piola, Linea

Fishing reel – Carrete.

Fishing rod – Cana de pescar.

Fishing socket belt – Cinturon

Flag – Bandera

Fly – Mosca

Forecastle – Castillo De Proa (náutica)

Forestay – Puntal, Estay de proa

Free-spool – Linea libre

Gaff (large) – Gancho grande

Galley Slave – Galeote

Gas tank – Tanque de gasolina

Genoa – Genova

Halyard – Driza

Hand gaff – Gancho de mano

Harbor – Puerto

Harness – Guarniciones

Hatch – Escotilla

He is coming up. – El esta subiendo.

He is down. – El esta abajo.

He is tail wrapped. – La cola esta atrapada.

Headland – Punta

He’s not hungry. – El no tiene hambre.

He’s very strong. – Es muy fuerte

Hook – Anzuelo

Hull (watercraft) – Casco (náutica)

Hydrofoil – Hidroala

Ice box – Caja de hielo

I’m glad. (This pleases me.) – Me alegro. (Me allegro esto)

I’m pleased. – Tengo mucho gusto.

Island – Isla

Jib – Foque

Jump – Salto

Keel – Quilla (náutica)

Ketch – Queche

Latitude – Latitud

Leader (wire) – Alambre, Empate

Less drag. – Menos trabaja.

Life preservers – Salvavidas

Lifeboat – Bote salvarias

Lights – Luz, Luces

Longitude – Longitud

Mainsail – Vela mayor

Marina – Puerto Deportivo

Mast (sailing) – Mástil, Palo

More drag. – Mas trabaja.

Motor – Motor

Motorboat – Lancha Motora

Navigation Light – Luz De Navegación

Needle – Aguja

Oil – Aceite

Outrigger – Batanga

Pliers – Alicates, pinsas

Port (Left)   Babor

Port Puerto – Marítimo

Port Side – Babor

Propeller – Helice

Pump – Pomba

Reef – Arrecife

Reef point – Tomadores de rizo

Rocks – Piedras

Rope – Lazo

Rudder – Timon

Rudder – Timon

Sailor – Marinero

Schooner – Goleta

Screw – Tornillo

Screwdriver – Desarmador

Seaweed – Sargaso

Shackle   Grillete

Sheet – Escota

Shoal – Bajo

Shroud – Obenque

Slack – Floja

Sloop – Balandra

Small boat – Bote pequeno, bote chico

Spark Plug – Bujia

Spinnaker – Espinaquer

Starboard – Estribor

Staysail – Vela de estay

Steering Wheel – Volante

Stern – Popa

Swivel – Destorsedor

Tack – Puno de amura

Tangle (backlash) – Enredar

The fish is up. – El esta arriba.

Thread – Hilo

Throttle – Acelerador

Tide – Marea

Toilet (bathroom) – Excusado (bano)

Toilet Paper – Papel para excusado

Too bad! – Que lastima!

Wave – Ola

Wrench – Llave de tuercas

Yawl – Balandra de baticulo

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