• A migration, or collection, of fish in the course of passage.
  • The part of the rigging that includes the ropes that move the rig: move yards and sails, haul them up and lower them, move masts, and hoist weights.
  • Late nineteenth and early twentieth century name for vacationers to Maine, who came from big cities on the East Coast to experience a rustic life and healthful air.
  • First a manuscript then a printed book of sailing directions describing harbors and routes, along with landmarks and other navigational information. Often illustrated with views of land from the sea. The word "rutter" is likely derived from the French routier or Portuguese roteiro, meaning route or road. Portolano was the Italian name for these. Rutter also referred to the English mariner's personal notebook with a record of courses and anchorages.