berth deck


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berth deck

[′bərth ‚dek]
(naval architecture)
The deck on a warship where hammocks were formerly swung.
A space in which lie the crew's sleeping quarters.
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He added that Aquadrive flexible couplings and thrust bearings made positioning the big diesels easier by eliminating the need to mount them high above the berth deck.
In taking people along the Navy's "memory lane," the tour guides show off the ship's main, gun and berth decks, all the while telling the stories of the ship's perfect battle history.