We have already described their ships as either having no deck, or only a kind of half-deck, below which the cables were coiled.
And going down to the half-deck, he asked Esdale why he had not obeyed his orders.
The beams of the main-deck are of American or German oak, those of the lower deck and half-deck of pitch-pine and Norwegian fir.
Mr. Markitall went down under the half-deck to make the inquiry.
The rough talk of the half-deck and the cutting jibes of his shipmates no longer wounded his sensibilities.
Mr Markitall went down under the half-deck to make the inquiry.
There were numerous shouts out on deck and sea-booted feet clattered outside the half-deck door.
I don't know whether it was on the quarter-deck or the half-deck.
It doubled her security in this particular, more than answering the purposes of a half-deck and wash-board.
And he walked to the half-deck and gave Donald a change of watch.