shipboard

[ship-bawrd, -bohrd]
noun
1.
Archaic.
a.
the deck or side of a ship.
b.
the situation of being on a ship.
adjective
2.
done, conducted, or designed for use aboard ship, especially during an ocean voyage: a shipboard romance; a shipboard telephone.
Idioms
3.
on shipboard, aboard a seagoing vessel.

Origin:
1150–1200; late Middle English shipbord (see ship, board); replacing Middle English shipesbord (see ’s1)

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shipboard (ˈʃɪpˌbɔːd)
 
n
1.  (modifier) taking place, used, or intended for use aboard a ship: a shipboard encounter
2.  on shipboard on board a ship

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Example sentences
Shipboard researchers and workers chattered enthusiastically about what the
  data meant and the hypotheses they might generate.
For example, my shift in the chemistry lab and at the computer doing shipboard
  responsibilities is from midnight to noon.
So the other option was to move to shipboard movement of trailers.
She dreams of having a shipboard tennis tournament with one of these families.
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