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skarp
(adj): 1.
Form. Brugt om et skibsskrogs form, smalt eller spidst. Et skibs skarphed, " Det fine Belb."
[DDV p.75, H&S47 p.100]
rising of the ship's floor afore and abaft.
[Rding]
sharp bottomed.
[Saint]
sharp.
[KOF]

"Sharp was a common phrase used to describe the rise of the floors of a vessel, that is, the tendency toward a v-shaped bottom. All large vessels were commonly classified as either 'full' = flat bottomed, or 'sharp' = v-shape bottomed... The v-shaped bottom substituted hold space for some improved sailing characteristics."
[Neptune, vol.55, 1995, p.244f]

skarpet agter.
run of the ship.
[HAR]
skarpt brast.
sharp trimmed.
[Rding]
skarpt skib, smalt bygget over hele lngden.
sharp ship.
[Rding]
skibet er skarpt.
a sharp bottomed ship.
[Rding]
skibet er skarpt.
sharp bottomed.
[Saint]
skarp sejler.
fine sailer // good sailer.
[Saint]

2.
I andre udtryk som:
skarp bidevind, sejle s nr vinden som muligt med et sejlskib.
close-hauled.
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