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boat deck

[′bōt ‚dek]
(naval architecture)
The deck on a ship that usually is used to stow lifeboats.
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Daily mission requirements for the ship's deck department included frequently launching and recovering small boats from the well and boat decks.
Arthur placed lifebelts upon the children then carried them on to the boat deck.
For the energetic guest, clay-pigeon shooting is available on the boat deck, and there is a gym.
It does seem strange not to be poring over seed catalogues, but I am determined to try growing some tomatoes and other plants in containers on the boat deck.
When we were on the boat deck waiting to get in the cage, listening to a guy giving a briefing, this huge Great White leapt from the water.
On the last night watch of our voyage, as the lightning shimmered and waves hammered over the boat deck, a DVD played the movie Perfect Storm in the cosiness of our mess safe below deck.
After a few days of trying to get sports-car drivers to approach the bumps from a sharply oblique angle - not a popular maneuver with people who felt they were being asked to steer into the river - the boat deck was outfitted with plywood platforms that have eased the problem considerably.
The SKYDEX Hydro Deck surface, which is 100% manufactured in the United States, is an improved design from the company's current Impact Mitigating Boat Deck , which is currently installed in RABs (Riverine Assault Boat) and RHIBs (Rigid-Hulled Inflatable Boat) used by the U.
Stout, the second steward; he was at the foot of the stairs as we came from the boat deck, and he put his hand in front of my little boy, who is 13, and said 'He can't go.
However, there are other explanations for the disproportionate loss of life including the fact there was no direct access to the boat deck from where the third-class passengers were and they would probably have not known their way up to the lifeboats.
Getting back on course and out of the trees did involve giving the boat deck a top coat of leaves and seeds, but lesson learned.