He looked up through the porthole and saw, perfectly framed, the Acropolis.
Bounding from her berth, while hardly yet awake, she darted to her porthole, which was wide open.
A porthole, with the black heavens and the blazing stars, was before her.
On every side great liners lay, ablaze with light from every cabin and porthole.
He looked around the fixed cabin and out the porthole at the unmoving stars.
After he was gone, Stephanie sat up and gazed for a long, long time at the scud of water leaping past the porthole.
He lowered a tender gaze on his banjo and I went on looking through the porthole.
"Lock your door when you come on deck, and shut your porthole," he told her.
He stood there, looking out the porthole, and forgot I was there.
In short, except for its shape it resembled a ship's porthole rather than a window.