Navigational Tools - not too useful without charts, actually.
Dentistry Tools - mostly pliers. I'd be concerned.
Surgeon's Tools - most surgeon's in the navy were not doctors. Many were, in fact, merely people who had spent some length of time apprenticed to an apothecary, or had worked with another surgeon. Result? That bone saw got a lot of use.
It has occurred to me that I have yet to post anything from my thesis class. I have to admit, I haven't been as pleased with the pieces from this semester as I might have been, but I quite enjoyed doing ink drawings of various tools used in the British navy, and in shipbuilding, around the time of the Napoleonic Wars.
Sparmaking Tools - for making masts
Sailmakin Tools - just what they sound like, actually
Rigging Tools - braiding, pulling apart and running rigging
Caulking Tools - because it's good for your ship to be watertight