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gammon lashing


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Seven or eight turns of a rope lashing passed alternately over the bowsprit and through a hole in the stem of a sailing vessel to secure the bowsprit at the knightheads. Good gammoning was a skilled operation, and when properly performed made a cross lashing. Later a gammon iron replaced the old gammon lashing.

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