hatch cover


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hatch cover

n (Naut) → tambucio
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It was about midday when the Petite Jeanne went to pieces, and it must have been two hours afterwards when I picked up with one of her hatch covers. Thick rain was driving at the time; and it was the merest chance that flung me and the hatch cover together.
So I called to the kanaka to come to me, and proceeded to share the hatch cover with him.
Captain Oudouse must have succumbed to exhaustion, for several days later his hatch cover drifted ashore without him.
Immediately a hatch cover was raised from the surface of the object, and a black seaman sprang from the bowels of the strange craft.
ENPNewswire-September 3, 2019--TTS Group ASA - MacGregor secures turnkey project from Cochin Shipyard, India for four 8 000 dwt bulk carrier hatch cover shipsets02.09.2019
The ships will be hatch coverless, which will allow for navigation with the hatch cover open, and the bridges will be placed near the bows of the ships so that tall and large cargo does not disrupt visibility.
Then the following month, in August 2016, a blockage in a sewer in Millbrook, Tameside, caused an overflow through a dislodged hatch cover, resulting in a similar impact on a shorter stretch of Swineshaw Brook which runs to the River Tame.
Madsen claims he lost his grip on a hatch cover, which hit her.
At the time, a hatch cover had broken and the hatch was propped open with a broom handle.
The hatch cover is left open while the engine is running to vent exhaust fumes outside the boat.
Near the claim was the hatch cover of a ship that had the name "W McCann" inscribed on it.
He could be seen seated in the tank's cockpit and speaking to officers with the hatch cover open.