/ˈstreɪlaɪn/ (say 'strayluyn)

noun Nautical
a section of the log line, between the log chip and the mark on the line which indicates the precise point at which the computation of the speed of the vessel shall begin. The strayline is not counted in this computation.
{stray + line1}

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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