chart room

chart room

[′chärt ‚rüm]
(naval architecture)
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The locks of the chart room doors were slight, they flew open, and the car penter, possessing himself of the captain's revolver, fired a shot of defiance.
Tenders are invited for To undertake repair of chart room onboard vessel ins sudarshini.
Keller Williams NYC (KWNYC) is rolling out a new website feature, Chart Room.
Serving posh teas, coffees and homemade cakes, The Chart Room, in Brixham, Devon, is themed around early 20th century steamship travel.
Go casual at Chart Room Cafe where meals and snacks are served fast.
At night, there's the choice of a posh pub grub style meal in the less formal Chart Room or a fine dining experience in the two AA rosetteawarded restaurant.
In the chart room of the British Museum in London, one display case contains an original copy of the Magna Carta.
Also true for the chefs: Aaron Apling-Gilman, Seven Glaciers, Girdwood; Mary Helms, Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Anchorage; Kevin Lane, Alaska Culinary Academy, Seward; Kristi Skaflestad, Chipper Fish, Hoonah; Gil Turturici, The Chart Room, Kodiak; and Christopher Vane, Crush Wine Bistro, Anchorage.
Items which have appeared for sale over the last 10 or so years include the chart room key, a steward's pocket watch (the time frozen at 2.
Afterward Maureen and I went for drinks in the Chart Room, a handsome lounge (more biscuit paneling) immediately aft of the Veuve Clicquot Champagne Bar, and sat by one of the wide brass-bound windows looking out at the gently foaming sea beyond the heavy glass.
Before the ship was hit, the captain was in the chart room.
There was another orchestra and dancing in the Queen's Room, a pianist in the Chart Room Bar and various DJs in the Yacht Club disco.