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Side elevation of a sailing ship with the sternpost highlighted
Side elevation of a sailing ship with the sternpost highlighted

A sternpost is the upright structural member or post at the stern of a (generally wooden) ship or a boat, to which are attached the transoms and the rearmost left corner part of the stern.

The sternpost may either be completely vertical or may be tilted or "raked" slightly aft. It rests on or "fays to" the ship's keel.

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