A cutlass is a naval sword, where else on your cruising boat would you find a cutless?
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Congrats to Lesley Milnes of Goff’s Harbour, Australia for his correct answer to last week’s Mindbender. He emailed: “The main hull of a Polynesian trimaran is known as the vaka, the outer hulls are amas and the cross supports are known as akas.”