A few of the nautical charges common in heraldry. From left to right, top to bottom: the anchor; the escallop; the lymphad, or ship, with sails furled; the whelk-shell. Ships should be blazoned as specifically as possible, including the number of masts, whether the sails are furled or not and their color, and if there are any flags.

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