Double-ender

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Dou´ble-end´er


n.1.(Naut.) A vessel capable of moving in either direction, having bow and rudder at each end.
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A few traps, so-called double-enders, had hearts and pots at both ends of the lead (Higgs 1982).
Machine types: Sheet fed single-stations, double-enders, three & four station rotaries, vacuum formers, pressure formers, thermo-compression formers & twin sheet formers.
Fletcher is a Dallas drift boat aficionado whose specialty has been construction of detailed scale models of early river boats such as "The Trapper," an early 12-foot McKenzie square-ender, the "Rapid Robert," a square-ender by Torkel Kaarhus, various versions of double-enders by Woodie Hindman and Bob Pritchett's classic Rogue River Dory.
Comets are available in single-stations, rotaries, and double-enders, ranging from 3 x 4 to 5 x 9 ft.
Single-station and double-ender machines are of one-piece construction.
Unlike Peer Gynt, Solveig and Anitra V, all double-enders, Nor/a had a transom stern, Nor/a came first in Division I in the 1960 Sydney to Hobart and won the 1961 Trans-Tasman.
Anitra V, a 38-foot double-ender that went like a scalded cat downwind, was their next yacht.
All single stations and double-enders are of one-piece construction, "plug and play," with no assembly required.
Machine type: Sheet fed single-stations, double-enders, three & four station rotaries, vacuum formers, pressure formers, thermo-compression formers & twin sheet formers.
It builds single-station machines, double-enders, and three- or four-station rotaries sized from 3 x 5 to 10 x 13 ft.