goods having a stowage factor below 40.

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TO LABOR

To pitch and roll heavily under conditions which subject the ship to unusually heavy stresses caused by confused or turbulent seas or unstable stowage of cargo

CHART TABLE

A flat surface on which charts are spread out, particularly one without stowage space below the plotting surface. One provided with stowage space is usually called a CHART DESK.

CHART DESK

A flat surface on which charts are spread out, usually with stowage space for charts and other navigating equipment below the plotting surface. One without stowage space is called a CHART TABLE.

CHAIN LOCKER

A compartment for the stowage of anchor chain

STOWAGE

The placing of goods in a ship in such a way as to ensure the safety and stability of the ship

COMPATIBILITY

States whether different goods can be stowed together in one hold

RUMMAGE

1. A place or room for the stowage of cargo in a vessel. 2. The act of stowing cargo aboard a vessel. 3. To arrange (cargo, goods, etc.) in the hold of a vessel; to move or rearrange such goods; the pulling and moving about of packages incident to close stowage aboard a vessel. 4. To search a vessel for smuggled goods, e.g.

BARBETTE

Cylindrical protective wall around the gun turret stool, shell stowage and hoisting gear between a warship's deck to the turret shelf plate.

M.S.D.S.

Material safety data sheet information sheet for the safe use and stowage of a material.

SKIDS

Beams laid on the decks for the stowage of heavy cargo.

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