sea chest


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sea chest

[′sē ‚chest]
(naval architecture)
A trunk in which a sailor stores personal property.
A pipe between a ship's side and a valve in the hull for draining water.
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Cecil's sea chest, containing his personal belongings, was unscathed in his cabin.
Then, there was the chap with long white hair who dumped a dilapidated mariner's sea chest on the table that sent everybody into raptures.
So he raced back down to Southampton leaving his sea chest in Walsall and got a job on board.
In Bones's sea chest, Jim finds a map of Captain Flint's buried treasure.
Tenders are invited for Opening and fitment of sea chest grating and removal and refitment of eddy cone for yard 3020
The section will include some items never put on display at the museum before, such as a sea chest belonging to Captain Daniel Dow who was master of the ship from 1913 until her penultimate voyage, and a decorative invitation to come on board and inspect the ship ahead of its maiden voyage.
There was Priory Antiques, David Strain Antiques, Renaissance Antiques, Caprice Antiques, Dorothy Wedge Antiques, and Captain's Sea Chest.
Finally there will be an impressive array of sea faring memorabilia including ships wheels, compasses, lamps and bells, gleaming from hours of polishing, to his historical charts and log books and a travelling sea chest.
When a sea chest of his grandfather's arrives at his parents' home, Sky feels his waiting time is over, although he hadn't realized that he had been waiting at all.
Then join the locals for oysters, clams, and other seafood at the Sea Chest on Moonstone Beach.
A WOMAN heading a campaign to restore a historic seafront railway is trying to solve the mystery of an old sea chest.
An irregularity was discovered on the ship's hull and a RCMP diving team then quickly recovered the drugs, which were found in two plastic bags in the sea chest below the water line.