To heave in until the vessel is riding nearly over her anchor.
To haul in until the line has a strain upon it.
The operation of taking a sounding with the hand lead (to find bottom).
A light line with a weight on the end used for heaving from ship to shore (or ship to ship) when coming alongside. A heavier cable or hawser is attached which can then be hauled over using the heaving line.
A small line thrown to an approaching vessel, or a dock as a messenger.
A market in which there are more sellers than buyers resulting in falling.
When the water has large or breaking waves in stormy conditions.
Stormy conditions, including rough, high seas and strong winds.
A charge made for lifting articles too heavy to be lifted by a ship's normal tackle.
A fund which is managed 'aggressively' to get maximum rates of returns by using derivatives and.
The number of futures or options contracts required to hedge/counteract the exposure in the.
A strategy employed in a futures market to reduce risk.
The error in a compass reading caused by the heel of a boat.
The utilization of solar energy through photosynthesis.
A device used to simulate the angle of the sun for assessing shading potentials of building structures or landscape features.