forecabin

forecabin

(ˈfɔːˌkæbɪn)
n
(Nautical Terms) nautical the forward cabin on a vessel
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Alternatively, one aft cabin can be a sail locker and the forecabin bed offset, giving plenty of flexibility in the GL412.
I wrestle with the choicely--Y-fronts or contact lenses, or should I hide in the forecabin? Instead, I press the big red button on the EPIRB (Emergency Position Indicating Radio Beacon) and warily climb up the steep steps to the deck.
A mixture of oil and water trickled from the forecabin and from beneath the sides of the boat, its wet underside turned white there as we watched and the following week the waters froze.
Accommodation comprises of three or four cabins and the owner's forecabin can have a removable partition to create a separate room.
The forecabin on this particular boat was modified to match later specifications, where the bunk is asymmetric and is two metres long on the starboard side, shorter to port.