deck line

deck line

[′dek ‚līn]
(naval architecture)
A line that passes through the inter-section of the molded line of the deck beams and the molded line of the frames.
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"The plimsoll mark is near the main deck line. Binabago-bago yan ng mga shipowners kasi pintura lang yan (The shipowners just change that because that's only painted), unlike sa international, ang Plimsoll mark ay naka-welding talaga (the Plimsoil mark is really welded)," he told Manila Bulletin.
The deck line is clean, and though there's plenty of internal volume, that's not: reflected externally in a bulky coach-house profile.
“We are thrilled to partner with Madrid Skateboards to promote their 2013 deck line using 3D interactivity,” explains AFX partner Joel Chrisman.
A submitter reports finding the upper deck line rusting internally on Tornado Alley turbo-equipped aircraft.
Like the chambers in a telescope, this new kitchen, dining room, and deck line up along a single axis to focus on a north-facing view of San Francisco Bay.
In the bow the anchor is stowed below the deck line. It is sprung so that you lift it with one hand and it comes up and over through 270 degrees.