belowdecks

belowdecks

(bɪˈləʊˌdɛks)
adv
below a ship's deck

be•low•decks

(bɪˈloʊˌdɛks)

adv.
within the hull of a vessel.
[1905–10]
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De la Penne, who was belowdecks on board Valiant, describes the moment: "The vessel reared, with extreme violence.
All three TracPhone V-IP systems feature the Integrated CommBoxTM Modem (ICM), a streamlined belowdecks unit that replaces the need for a rack full of components and integrates all antenna control, onboard network management, and modem functions in one small box.
The boat's standard configuration includes three cabins located belowdecks, but the layout can be customised.
Gulets are particularly good as pleasure sailing vessels because of their broad beam, which gives them lots of deck spaceNparticularly aftNand plenty of rooms for spacious cabins belowdecks.
KVH developed the new Integrated CommBox Modem (ICM), an integrated belowdecks unit that includes the antenna control unit, CommBox Ship/Shore Network Manager, ArcLight spread spectrum modem, VoIP, Ethernet switch, and Wi-Fi capabilities in a single 2U enclosure.
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The boat we sailed has the Premier Pack (another $8,300) which added the teak floor in the cockpit and teak pads on the sidedeck, extra lights and curtains belowdecks.
Belowdecks, guests on the renovated Enchantment will find additional entertainment and shopping options.
We were rushed belowdecks, dried, wrapped in blankets and given hot soup.
Medea, a classic steam yacht, and Star of India, a square-rigged bark, are open for belowdecks tours.
Young and hundreds of other men were trapped belowdecks.
In the past, with the exception of the hull itself, the belowdecks cabin and topsides cockpit seating, sleeping and socializing areas of most fiberglass boats had been assembled from many hand-built, hand-fitted fixtures.