promenade deck


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promenade deck

[¦präm·ə¦näd ‚dek]
(naval architecture)
An upper deck, or part of a deck, of a passenger ship where passengers walk about. Also known as hurricane deck.
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A man strolls along the promenade deck with her father, little knowing that she would soon become an orphan.
On the Britannic of 1874, it is the Ladies' Saloon that is located on the promenade deck though now "the handsomest room in the vessel" rather than the "cosy cabin" on Oceanic.
com) provides 16,000 square feet of meeting room space including the Promenade Deck.
A real bonus is the opportunity to go outside from the Promenade Deck.
He described his gourmet lunch of soup, fillet of plaice and a lamb chop, and his stroll along the promenade deck later .
The flat roof is fully accessible and becomes a giant promenade deck or treetop walk, offering views of the peninsula and reservoir.
Instead of battling to get to a show in London's West End, you simply finish dinner in one of Aurora's umpteen restaurants and stroll to the theatre on the Promenade Deck.
Nor does this promenade deck go all the way around the ship; exercise walkers have to pass through the interior.
There are still only a handful of shops on board, the cricket bats signed by Don Bradman and Colin Cowdrey are still proudly on show in the Lord's Tavern bar, and a pre-breakfast stroll on the promenade deck brings cheerful smiles of greeting from early retireds sporting the latest leisure gear.
A new promenade deck will also be built while the lower quarters will become educational spaces.
God knows how many calories this constant grazer packed away in less than a week on board but regular mile-long walks around the promenade deck and occasional visits on the onboard gym did at least help to ease the guilt if not the waistline.
Her Promenade Deck, seemingly custom-made for our afternoon walks, and her aft pool deck, where we enjoyed many wonderful "sail-away" parties, are now silent.