(nautical) The stern portion of a vessel.
The right hand side of a ship, boat or aircraft when facing the front, or fore or bow. Starboard does not change based on the orientation of the person aboard the craft.
: the time of day from noon until early evening.
(nautical) One of the two traditional watches aboard a ship standing a watch in two.
(nautical) At, near, or towards the stern of a vessel (with the frame of reference within the vessel).
To put to the right, or starboard, side of a vessel.
‘to starboard the helm’;
located at the back of a boat, ship, or airplane
That side of a vessel which is on the right hand of a person who stands on board facing the bow; - opposed to larboard, or port.
Near or towards the stern of a vessel; astern; abaft.
Pertaining to the right-hand side of a ship; being or lying on the right side; as, the starboard shrouds; starboard quarter; starboard tack.
(nautical, aeronautical) situated at or toward the stern or tail
To put to the right, or starboard, side of a vessel; as, to starboard the helm.
at or near or toward the stern of a ship or tail of an airplane;
‘stow the luggage aft’; ‘ships with square sails sail fairly efficiently with the wind abaft’; ‘the captain looked astern to see what the fuss was about’;
the right side of a ship or aircraft to someone facing the bow or nose
, in nautical terminology, is an adjective or adverb meaning 'towards the stern (rear) of the ship', when the frame of reference is within the ship, headed at the fore. For example, or .
‘Aft’; ‘Able Seaman Smith; lie aft!’; ‘What's happening aft?’;
turn to the right, of helms or rudders
located on the right side of a ship or aircraft
the side of a ship or aircraft that is on the right when one is facing forward
‘the starboard wing’; ‘I made a steep turn to starboard’;
turn (a ship or its helm) to starboard
‘a red light is always a signal not to starboard the helm’;