Ship that is designed for transporting cargo in containers in its hold and on its deck.
Compartments for housing crew members.
Office in which charts and other navigation documents are kept.
Metal conductor that emits and receives radio waves for communications.
Boat used for evacuating people from the ship in case of emergency.
Covered glassed-in platform from which officers and crew navigate the vessel.
Detection device that emits radio waves and receives their echo; it is used to avoid collisions and to navigate when visibility is reduced.
Tall pipe atop the engine that evacuates the steam and the combustion smoke.
Opening made in a ship’s bulwark or deck for the anchor chains and lashings.
Section of the forward deck for storing equipment such as chains and anchors.
Lamp projecting a strong light several miles ahead and to the sides of the ship.
Metal box of standardized dimensions for transporting cargo.
Large compartment under the deck where containers are stowed.