afterdeck

[af-ter-dek, ahf-]
noun Nautical.
the weather deck of a vessel behind the bridge house or midship section.

Origin:
1895–1900; after + deck

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afterdeck (ˈɑːftəˌdɛk)
 
n
nautical the unprotected deck behind the bridge of a ship

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The apparent cause was a still-air situation that developed between the mid-ship house and the afterdeck house.
Guests can eat inside or al fresco under canvas awnings on the afterdeck.
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