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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.
A beam package which was welded to the lift boat deck to operate as a base for the welding platform.
A man in a faded gray raincoat and a flopping black felt hat that nearly concealed the gray hair that straggled over his ears stood on the boat deck of the steamship Rotterdam yesterday, timidly facing a battery of cameramen.
But on the present 'dam' ships, it's actually what should be called the Boat Deck, because on these and other towering high-sided ships, the lifeboats are often set lower at former promenade-deck levels.
Passengers in the more expensive rooms dine in the Queen's Grill on the boat deck, which has the best food.
The boat deck provides room for a tender in addition to a full-service bar, generous seating and a fully equipped helm station featuring Garmin electronics with helm seat controls.
For hours, he watched intently for birds while sitting on the aluminum boat deck with a wet coat in sub-zero weather.
Former fisherman Cameron Mitchell, 53, from Banffshire, had a steel plate fitted in his neck after breaking his back when he slipped on oil on a boat deck.
Believed to be only the only time the group would have played together during the short voyage - as they would usually split into two to entertain passengers on different parts of the ship - as the first class lounge emptied the band moved to the forward part of the boat deck close to Titanic's grand staircase.
Under the watchful gaze of a skipper, you spend several hours cruising around the extensive volcanic bay, enjoying wine, maybe taking a dive from the boat deck into cool waters and hopefully catching the beginning of the sunset.
They went up to the Boat Deck where the ladies reluctantly entered a lifeboat.
Arthur placed lifebelts upon the children then carried them on to the boat deck.