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a deck abaft of midships

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It was a lyrical piece which ended with Eden, a broken man, standing on the afterdeck of a ship leaving the Pool of London, watching the sun sink behind the city.
On the afterdeck, tough negotiations proceeded between father and son.
A highlight is Italian cheese and herb pizza served as appetizers each night on the afterdeck, along with the pina coladas, rum and tonics, and Cuba Libres (rum and coke).
She was a beautiful ship, built like a yacht, with a wide afterdeck where the officers slept on camp beds when the night was hot.
There's a pump under the afterdeck, we pump until the bilge is clear again.
The room is a replica of the afterdeck on the 80-foot yacht that Honeywell owned in the 1930s and '40s.
And, of course, there was the thrill - as a small boy - of witnessing the entire Mediterranean Fleet of the Royal Navy steam past the Royal Yacht at high speed, with my mother and father waving to all the ships' companies from the afterdeck.
Lean over the wall at the Quai d'Orsay and you can watch a dozen barges slip by - a Renault strapped to the afterdeck, potted plants around the bridge - hauling goods from the Channel port of Le Havre to the Champagne towns of Epernay and Troyes.
The Lido Cafe, with its varnished teak floor, faces onto the afterdeck.
He told how he picked him up and took him up on deck for some air, adding: "I was sitting him down on the ledge of the afterdeck.
It's a little more risky (even) in a charter boat because they're smaller as a whole and they have these large, open afterdecks," Gibbs said.