It's called the engine room.
On a cruise ship it is called a cabin or berth. On a military vessel or merchant ship it is called a compartment.
is it an cabin
It is called a Galley
Quarters if its a place to sleep or a cabin. The kitchen is called a galley.
A private room on a ship is a cabin.
On military vessels the room where the officers met and ate their meals is called the Ward Room.
The safest place on a ship during a tornado (or waterspout as they are called on a body of water) would be an interior room in the ship away from windows.
Typically, people on a ship eat in the dining hall, often called a mess hall.
Crew lounge, ship lounge, t.v. lounge.
Typically a space is referred to as a compartment. The place were one sleeps can be referred to as one's quarters, cabin or state room. Kitchens are called galleys. Bathrooms are called heads.
The bridge of a ship is the room or platform from which the ship can be commanded.
No, slaves did not have there own room, whether they were on a slave ship, or in those tiny little huts the plantation owners called "houses".
A ship called she because a ship is always WET
The room is commonly known as a cabin.
you just get a ship and put it in your room
The Confederate ship was called the Merrimack and the Union ship was called the Monitor.
in the room
Steering gear room
It is called "christening" the ship. When a ship is named, it is "christened."
There are several control rooms on a cargo ship. The bridge is in control of safely navigating the vessel. There will be an engine control room, called an ECR, EOS, or any of a number of abbreviation, and if the vessel is carrying liquid cargo, such as a oil tanker, there will also be a Cargo Control Room.
his ship is called the MR. migrator
Ship steerers are called helms.