Why is the lido deck on a ship called the lido deck?
Lido is another word for swimming-pool, so I should think the lido-deck is where the pool is.
The top deck name is contingent on the type of ship or vessel. The top deck on a cruise ship is usually called the Lido deck. The top deck on a battle ship is sometimes referred to as topside or poop deck. The poop deck got its name from the amount of birds flying overhead.
The open deck of a ship is called the weather deck.
* Orlop deck: The deck or part of a deck where the cables are stowed, usually below the water line. It is the lowest deck in a ship.
Its Just called an upper deck. Like the upper deck card.
the poop deck i know its discusting
That depends on what cruise line and cruise ship, because each ship might have a different naming convention for their decks... named after constellations, mythology, literary figures, etc. To know those for sure, you would have to look up the individual ship. However, here are some general deck terms that are common among ships: Atrium or Lobby deck: The deck with the the shore excursion desk, the photo gallery, etc. Boat deck: The deck area… Read More
Top deck It depends on the vessels construction and size. It could be the poop deck, quarter deck, bridge or flying bridge.
yes but only in some places like out on the lido deck
A raised deck at the back of the ship. Is a poop deck
On Sailing ships of old. The "Gun Deck" (Cannons) was the deck just below the top deck. The Cannons were faced out of the side of a ship through port holes called "Gun ports."
Each level is called a "deck".
"puppis" means the stern of a ship.
The "poop" deck on a ship is an elevated deck above the poop cabin, at the rear of a ship.
"Puppis" means the stern on a ship. The name originates from the French word for stern, la poupe, from Latin puppis. Thus the poop deck is technically a stern deck, the word puppis was also used in Latin as a standard word for 'ship', but technically it refers to the rear deck of the ship
it is called the Independence of the seas
It is the aircraft carrier that has a runway called a flight deck.
If you are afraid of getting sea sick, the middle is the best place. It's the most stable. If you want the most stable room, get a room in the middle part of the ship and a lower part of the ship. It may be a farther walk or elevator ride to the Lido deck, but you don't have to be as worried about getting sea sick.
TTudor sailors use to sleep on the deck of the ship and when it was raining they'd sleep at the bottom of the ship which is sometimes called the bon of a ship
i amn a scientist and it is called the lower deck
Often on the 'poop' deck. Though it can often be elsewhere. Aft in the cockpit for instance.
Usually referring to as the "Poop Deck",it is the main deck on a ship.
the deck on a ship is like a floor like 1st 2nd 3rd
It's called a lido
A Third Mate or Third Deck Officer is responsible for safety on the ship. He is a licensed member of the deck department of the ship and the fourth in command.
It is named after the French word for stern, la poupe. It is the roof of a superstructure cabin at the aft end of the ship. It comes from the latin word puppis, which means just what it is -- an enclosed deck at the stern of a ship. or Pirates used to use it as a bathroom.
Sailors must still swab the ship deck, which means they mop it.
A deck on a ship is essentially refers to any horizontal surface you can walk on or that has equipment installed on it. In the civilian world, it's called a "floor".
It just means the stern of a ship, from the Italian Poppa. But otherwise of uncertain origin.
yes it should be at the rental desk on the lido deck, the same place you can book excursions
Yes; it is the lowest deck on a wooden sailing ship containing three or more decks.
No it is not a real ship.
floor of the ship like 1st and 2nd
Below deck/the hold of the ship
Jill is sitting on the deck of the cruise ship.
yes! why does the pirate says walk the deck <3
Gunpowder was stored at the bottom of ship decks because most of the ship's cannons were located on the gun deck. Boys called "powder monkeys" carried gunpowder from the orlop or lowest, deck up to the gunners,
The lowest deck on a multi-decked ship is referred to as the Orlop deck. Below this are the bilges and in some cases double bottom tanks or spaces for ballast.
What kinda ship? Deck hands, ordinary seaman, able bodied seaman, stewards, etc, etc, etc.
The main body of a ship is called the hull. The hull runs from the main deck of the vessel all the way to the keel, which is at the center of the vessel where both sides of the hull join under the water. The part of the ship that is built above the hull is called the superstructure.
Yes. It is the lowest part of the ship (except old ships) It is the deck or part of deck where the cables are stored.
The deck can be the floor of a ship or a pack 0f cards.
That is 'the deck'
Assuming the question is referring to the general layout (plan), the common elements to anything that is commonly called a 'ship' (which is an extremely broad term) are the hull, deck, and superstructure.