sea room


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sea room

[′sē ‚rüm]
(navigation)
Space in which to maneuver without danger of grounding or colliding.
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The Sea Rooms with Pool are corner-view suites where guests can watch the sunset from the privacy of their own balcony swimming pools.
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Sri Lanka Navy resorted to refloat the wreck which was fully submerged 35 feet under the sea in order to make sea room for expanding berthing facilities in the Trincomalee harbor.