The stowage was clumsily done, and the vessel consequently crank.
Thirty feet by twelve, and an ell for cooking and an ell for stowage.
He threw his cigarette away and went off to superintend the stowage of the cargo.
Can it be that those concerns up there are meant for the stowage of boxes and hats?
Then there is the pretty problem of the life-boat and the stowage of the same.
The Bonito was a large vessel, built for stowage rather than speed.
To turn up the flukes of an anchor to the gunwale for stowage, after being catted.
So I ordered a practice launching of the boats and stowage of food and stores in them.
After the engine was installed on board, the stowage of provisions began.
Trunks are sadly in the way, and carpet bags or valises the best forms for stowage under seats or among feet.