What does the name Strake mean? Find out below.
Note: ☞ The planks or plates next the keel are called the garboard strakes; the next, or the heavy strakes at the bilge, are the bilge strakes; the next, from the water line to the lower port sill, the wales; and the upper parts of the sides, the sheer strakes.
Etymology: See Streak
The verb is akin to Old English streccan.
strake was also found in the following language(s): Norwegian Nynorsk
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