passenger liner 
Large cruise ship, fitted like a luxury hotel and with diverse recreation facilities for passengers.
Small pivoting winglike flaps on each side of the hull to reduce the rolling motion.
Waterproof glassed-in opening in the hull that lets natural light and air into the ship.
Submerged component that pivots on a vertical axle and is used to steer the boat.
Device with blades integrated onto a shaft that is driven by the engine to provide thrust and thus impel the ship.
Boat used for evacuating people from the ship in case of emergency.
Open deck for strolling that is sometimes glassed in.
Open part of the main deck at the aft end.
Rear end of a ship.
Area with a counter and tables where alcoholic drinks are sold.
Large room for playing indoor sports.
Fenced-in area for playing ball sports.
Large basin designed for swimming.
Room fitted with armchairs for passengers to meet.
Propeller on each side of the stem bulb for maneuvering the ship to port or starboard at slow speeds.
Right side of the ship when looking forward.
Opening in the hull for the ship’s anchor chains and towropes.
Bulge in the bottom part of the stem that reduces the hull’s water resistance.
Lodgings for the captain located aft of the bridge on the starboard side.
Foremost part of the ship.
Left side of the ship when looking forward.
Open foremost part of the main deck.
Covered glassed-in platform from which officers and crew navigate the vessel.
Outdoor platform that is formed from the roof of the deck below and is protected by a guardrail.
Detection device that emits radio waves and receives their echo; it is used to avoid collisions and to navigate when visibility is reduced.
Metal conductor that emits and receives radio waves for communications.
Usually the highest and sunniest deck with a pool and lounge chairs.
Multipurpose antenna that receives and transmits various signals such as video, telephone and digital.
Long vertical pipe above the machinery evacuating exhaust gases from the engines, with filters for absorbing carbon particles.