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Titanic Vocabulary. ©David Hammond. Lifeboat. A strong boat specially built for saving lives at sea or along the coast. Deck. One of the floors or platforms extending from side to side and often from end to end of a ship. Steward. A person employed on a ship to look after passengers.

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titanic vocabulary

Titanic Vocabulary

©David Hammond

lifeboat
Lifeboat
  • A strong boat specially built for saving lives at sea or along the coast.
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Deck
  • One of the floors or platforms extending from side to side and often from end to end of a ship.
steward
Steward
  • A person employed on a ship to look after passengers
officer
Officer
  • A person who commands others such as a major, captain, or an admiral
stern
Stern
  • The rear part of a ship
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Bow
  • The forward part of a ship
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Oars
  • Long poles with flat blades at one end, used in rowing.
anchor
Anchor
  • A heavy shaped piece of iron or steel attached to a chain or rope and dropped into the water to hold a ship in place
porthole
Porthole
  • Opening in a ship’s side to let in light and air.
lookout
Lookout
  • Place from which to watch. A crow’s nest is a look out.