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ʻAoʻao ʻākau. Starboard ends of outrigger booms, muku (hence also starboard side of canoe). Starboard hull of double canoe, waʻa ʻākea, waʻa kea.

Broad reach on the starboard side, i.e. sailing downwind at an angle between 90° and directly downwind, with the starboard side windward. Kele ʻākea kaʻakepa. See broad reach (port), beam reach (port, starboard), close hauled (port, starboard), downwind.

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close hauled (starboard)

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Close hauled on the starboard side, i.e. sailing into the wind at the closest angle possible, generally 67°, with the starboard side windward. Kele ʻākea kūnihi. See beam reach (port, starboard), broad reach (port, starboard), close hauled (port), downwind.

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Right or ~ side of a single-hulled canoe when looking forward. Muku. See port. ~ hull of a double-hulled canoe or right side of a ship when looking forward. ʻĀkea.

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