BOATSWAIN (or Bos'n)
BOATSWAINS CALL (Bos'ns Call)
BRAVO ZULU (or BZ)
COXSWAIN (or Cox'n)
A party or BBQ
To secure closed or shut.
To cancel an order, or to make fast a rope.
The person in-charge of ceremonial planning and cleaning of the ship.
The whistle/pipe used for getting attention, or delivering a message.
The forward end of the ship.
Well Done, Good Job, Congratulations
The Commanding Officer
The most Senior Cadet, running the corps.
The Regulating Petty Officer (who runs administration and discipline)
Carefully or slowly.
A nautical measurement of 6 feet.
White Leggings, worn by Senior Cadets or members of a Guard.
Her Majesty's Canadian Ship.
Threads hanging from badges.
Speed in nautical miles per hour.
Traditionally meaning a Hot Chocolate Drink - In Cadets, refers to Snacks.
Going ashore - leaving the corps for the night.
The Executive Officer.
Officer of the Day.
An order meaning keep silence, quiet down.
Petty Officer of the Day
Lost and Found.
All members of the corps.
Nurses Station or First Aid area.
A Naval Building.
To put away.
The pipe or announcement to WAKE UP.