foredeck


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fore·deck

 (fôr′dĕk′)
n.
The forward part of the deck of a ship, usually the main deck.

foredeck

(ˈfɔːˌdɛk)
n
(Nautical Terms) nautical the deck between the bridge and the forecastle
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.foredeck - the deck between the bridge and the forecastle
deck - any of various platforms built into a vessel
shelter deck, weather deck - upper deck having no overhead protection from the weather, but sheltering the deck below
Translations

foredeck

[ˈfɔːrdɛk] n [ship] → pont m avant

foredeck

nVor(der)deck nt
References in classic literature ?
Their carriages, emblazoned with coronets and heaped with shining imperials, were on the foredeck, locked in with a dozen more such vehicles: it was difficult to pass in and out amongst them; and the poor inmates of the fore-cabin had scarcely any space for locomotion.
For this charter, MPI has developed a long-term service strategy, having designed a light-weight access platform to be mounted on the foredeck which will allow service technicians to step directly on to the turbine platform, located 5m above sea level.
Other equipment Damien suggests includes Autopilot, a Raymarine or FLIR Thermal camera, which gives vision in zero light or excessive glare, a foredeck camera to keep an eye on the safety of the crew and WiFi capability built into the MFD.
Caption: Crewmembers cluster on the foredeck of the USS Miami.
As I settled back on the white foredeck with some Vitamin R (what the locals called rum), listening to the merengue beats played by the crew, I wondered just how much better life could get.
The topside deck, fantail, foredeck and main salon below provide space for small gatherings or meetings: that is.
Russell performed from the foredeck of the Dutch tall ship Mercedes, which is acting as a VIP hospitality suite, moored in Canning Dock.
At least some of the freight was in containers stacked on the foredeck.
These passengers are below, on the foredeck, relentlessly removing "rust from the ship in order to pay for their own and their families' transportation to the next port" (O 24).
Throughout the night SS Shinai, berthed at Pending, her captain dead drunk on the foredeck with his mutinous lascar crew hiding in the nearby rubber gardens, was blasting off SOS signals on the ship's siren.
More clambering about, weapons being passed around; then, with much banging on deck, two rocket launchers and a bag of rocket-propelled grenades are taken from the skiffs up to Lynn Rival's foredeck.