Ancient Greek galley with three banks of oars.

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The kitchen area of a boat.


The small ship's kitchen, or galley on deck.


1. The ram on the prow of a fighting galley of ancient and medieval times. 2. The protruding part of the foremost section of a sailing ship of the 16th to the 18th century, usually ornate, used as a working platform by sailors handling the sails of the bowsprit. It also housed the crew's heads (toilets).

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