cabin deck

noun
the deck above the weather deck in the bridge house of a ship.

Origin:
probably earlier than 1960–65

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She had fore and aft stacks midships, a single deck of cabins above the car deck, and a pilothouse forward above the cabin deck.
The aged clerk was pinned to the boiler by a portion of the cabin deck which had fallen on him.
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