To cause (a vessel) to lean over so that she floats on one side, leaving the other side out of water and accessible for repairs below the water line; to case to be off the keel.
To incline to one side, or lie over, as a ship when sailing on a wind; to be off the keel.
To roll a ship over on one side in shallow water and clean the outside of the bottom, which becomes foul with marine growths after a long voyage.
Lying a ship on its side to allow its hull to be cleaned.
This is to lay a ship over almost on its side so that the barnacles and seaweed could be scraped off of the bottom.
To lurch from side to side.
to heel over a ship and clean the seaweed and barnacles from her bottom.
pitching dangerously to one side
move sideways or in an unsteady way; "The ship careened out of control"
Cause the ship to tilt on its side, usually to clean or repair the hull below the water line.
To turn a ship on her side for repairs or cleaning, or a ship leaning to one side while sailing in the wind.
To incline a vessel down on one side, to access her bottom for cleaning or repair.
to heel a ship onto one side or the other, usually on a sandy beach, in order to make repairs to the hull or scrape barnacles and sea growth from the hull.
to lay ship on side to clean or repair