On a trimaran, invented by Malaysians and Polynesians, what is the Vaka, the akas and the amas?
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The winner of last week’s Minder is Bob Pickett who correctly identified a Lubber’s Line. “A lubber’s line is a fixed line on a compass binnacle display (or radar) pointing towards the front of the ship and corresponding to the craft’s center line (being the customary direction of movement). The line represents 0 degrees and is therefore the zero-point from which relative bearings are measured,