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promenade deck

n.
The upper deck or a section of the upper deck on a passenger ship where the passengers can promenade.

promenade deck

n
(Nautical Terms) an upper covered deck of a passenger ship for the use of the passengers

promenade′ deck`


n.
an upper deck or part of a deck on a passenger ship where passengers can stroll.
[1820–30, Amer.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.promenade deck - a deck at the top of a passenger shippromenade deck - a deck at the top of a passenger ship
deck - any of various platforms built into a vessel
passenger ship - a ship built to carry passengers
Translations

promenade deck

n (Naut) → ponte m di passeggio
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But there was no sign of him on the promenade deck, and none below in the saloon; the smoking-room was empty but for a little German with a red moustache twisted into his eyes; nor was Raffles in his own cabin, whither I inquired my way in desperation, but where the sight of his own name on the baggage was certainly a further reassurance.
I've got a beauty on the promenade deck, but they wouldn't promise to keep me by myself.
For a quartermaster had entered the wheelhouse, and even while we had been speaking the pilot had taken possession of the bridge; as we descended, the tender left us with flying handkerchiefs and shrill good-bys; and as we bowed to Miss Werner on the promenade deck, there came a deep, slow throbbing underfoot, and our voyage had begun.
It was after dinner on the promenade deck, and as Raffles spoke he glanced sharply fore and aft, leaving me next moment with a step full of purpose.
She had, however, but a limited supply of cabins on the promenade deck, and there was just that excuse for my sharing Raffles's room.
nor since--permission for the boys to come up on the promenade deck.
The boys came up on the promenade deck, clustering close to the rail and worshiping Miss Caruthers who had flung them such a wealth of backsheesh.
Then they proceeded directly to the first-class cabins upon the promenade deck.
His mind moved sluggishly across the brief panorama of his hurried journey--the special train from Victoria to Folkestone; the destroyer which had brought him and a few other soldiers across the Channel, black with darkness, at a pace which made even the promenade deck impossible; the landing at Boulogne, a hive of industry notwithstanding the darkness; the clanking of waggons, the shrieking of locomotives, the jostling of crowds, the occasional flashing of an electric torch.
Electric lights, a shed-covered wharf, mountains of luggage and freight, the noisy toil of 'longshoremen and sailors, the staccato snorts of donkey engines and the whining sheaves as running lines ran through the blocks, a crowd of white-coated stewards carrying hand-baggage, the quartermaster at the gangway foot, the gangway sloping steeply up to the Umatilla's promenade deck, more quartermasters and gold-laced ship's officers at the head of the gangway, and more crowd and confusion blocking the narrow deck-- thus Michael knew, beyond all peradventure, that he had come back to the sea and its ships, where he had first met Steward, where he had been always with Steward, save for the recent nightmare period in the great city.
The promenade decks provided informal public spaces but were not enclosed spaces and thus inhospitable gathering places much of the time.
With extensive promenade decks and observation areas, along with a range of lounges offering panoramic views, passengers can discover nature's hidden gems - even before arriving at the holiday destination.