Noun(1) a line corresponding to the surface of the water when the vessel is afloat on an even keel; often painted on the hull of a ship
(1) The deadrise angle at which the bottom of the boat slopes relative to the plane of the water ranges from about 13 degrees at the transom to slightly more than 21 degrees near the forward end of the waterline .(2) The salvage team took emergency action to block splits below the waterline as an estimated 1,000 tonnes of water flooded the vessel's lower car deck.(3) In 1902, every ship was painted a durable grey from waterline to mast-tip.(4) We start in the library, the waterline there only a couple of feet high in a city where some houses were up their eaves in water.(5) After checking another cage Greg pointed with his paddle to a dry waterline eight feet up one of the stumps.(6) It is possible to penetrate forwards from here past large-scale engine-room machinery and out through the torpedo hole in the starboard side below the waterline .(7) The river, still carrying debris from recent rains, has dropped eight feet; I can see the old waterline on the trees.(8) This number results from a formula that compares the length overall, length at the waterline , the beam and the displacement and is intended to represent a boat's expected motion in a seaway.(9) Several models present divergent solutions to the same problem, for example the repair of hulls below the waterline .(10) The berth was spacious, mostly under the waterline where the Grand Adventure swelled out to an impressive size.(11) It's that green stuff that marks the waterline of your boat.(12) Yet they have the explosive ability to sink or badly damage even large vessels by blowing open their hull below the waterline .(13) An at-sea transfer is never an easy task, especially between a 115-ft. schooner, which has a deck about 20 feet from the waterline , and a much smaller boat.(14) The sloop's rudder had dislodged, leaving a gaping hole below the waterline that could not be closed.(15) This sticks up above the remains of the hull, and its highest reach would still have been below the ship's waterline .(16) If the boat is in the water, make sure through-hulls that are supposed to be above the waterline , including the exhaust, haven't been shoved underwater by the weight of snow and ice.
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