You should reference your cruise line's website for ship deck plans. Each ship is slightly different and you would have to look at the actual ship design.
operation section or operation section chief
Yes I would base my choice of a ship on whether or not a particular ship offered sport MSC Poesia deck plans. Only enough MSC Poesia deck plans I like to see.
plans and preparations were started in 1943.
The Cunard Queen Elizabeth 2 is no longer in operation. She was retired and decommissioned in November of 2008. She was sold to a company is Dubai with plans to convert the ship in to a floating hotel.
Anything unecessary to the operation of the ship.
No plans for that yet.
Berthing of a ship it is when the ship come alongside another ship or alongside a quay. Unberthing is the opposite
There are quite a few different types of ship deck plans out there. The important thing is to find the deck plans that best suit your own ship. This can be difficult since ships come in such a wide range of sizes and shapes. You can generally find great decking plans at stores that also sell the materials for building the decks they sell plans for. This just streamlines the entire process for you.
This site cannot supply you with ship plans that I know of but there are many places on the web that may help you. Here is one that has plans available to you. Click on the "related link" below.