Quarterdeck

The aftermost deck of a warship. In the age of sail, the quarterdeck was the preserve of the ship's officers.
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Quarterdeck

The quarterdeck is a raised deck behind the main mast of a sailing ship. Traditionally it was where the captain commanded his vessel and where the ship`s colours were kept. This led to it being used as the main ceremonial and reception area on board, and the word is still used to refer to such an area on a ship or even in naval establishments on ....
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quarterdeck

(from the article `castle`) ...for the area around the foremast in 19th-century men-of-war, although the deck was flush from bow to stern. Many cargo vessels have a forecastle ...
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quarterdeck

[n] - the stern area of a ship`s upper deck
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quarterdeck

noun the stern area of a ship`s upper deck
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Quarterdeck

highest deck at the rear of the ship, ship's officers would often stand on the quarterdeck to oversee the ship's operation
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quarterdeck

part of ship's deck set aside by captain for ceremonial functions
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quarterdeck

part of ship's deck set aside by captain for ceremonial functions
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quarterdeck

The after part of the upper deck of a ship.
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Quarterdeck

The aftermost deck of a warship. In the age of sail, the quarterdeck was the preserve of the ship's officers.
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