- inside the hull or bulwarks of, or toward the center of, a ship or boat
- close or closer to the fuselage or hull of an aircraft
- Mech. toward the inside
Origin of inboardfrom in board: see board
a boat with the motor mounted inboard
- Nautical Within the hull or toward the center of a vessel.
- Relatively close to the fuselage of an aircraft: the inboard engines.
A motor mounted inside the hull of a boat.
- (nautical) within a ship
- nearer the hull (as opposed to outboard)
(third-person singular simple present inboards, present participle inboarding, simple past and past participle inboarded)
- to discount a product in order to increase sales