A main aëroplane surface, esp. of a biplane or multiplane.
The top part of a canoe or kayak.
the top or upper surface of hull; decking.
The areas of a shell at the bow and stern.
The usually unfriendly surface that wellcomes you at the end of a grounder.
top or bottom surface of the pallet, consisting of one or more boards or panels, with or without space between the elements.
The upper surface of a surfboard.
The surface directly under the belt on a treadmill.
The closed-in area over the bow and/or stem of a canoe or kayak, intended to shed water and strengthen the gunwales.
The top of the kayak.
the surface directly under the cushions of an upholstered chair or sofa.
An enclosed area over the bow and/or stern of a canoe, which keeps water out and increases the vessel's strength.
One of the sections of a shell near the bow and stern that are covered, usually with thin plastic or fiberglass.
is a screening surface.
The top of a traditional closed-top kayak, over the bow and stern.
the upper surface of the kayak.
Shorthand for "pindeck"; the surface of the lane ends upon which the pins are spotted.
The cover or top of a kayak.
Closed-in area over the bow and/or stern of a canoe or kayak. Sheds water and, on a canoe, adds strength to the gunwales.
Sub assembly comprising of top boards and stringers for a four way entry pallet.
The top side of a surfboard.
covered-over areas at bow and stern of boat
Covering over the bow or stern of a boat. Prevents water from entering.
Sections at the bow and stern of the shell covered usually by varnished silk, nylon or as part of the main shell material. The top part of the shell from the coxswain to the stern and the bowperson to the bowball.
The top surface of a surfboard
The part of the shell at the bow and stern that is covered with fiberglass cloth or a thin plastic.
The triangular piece of material, usually metal or wood, to which the gunnels are attached at the bow and stern. A deck may also be the entire top covering built as an integral part of a kayak, C-1, or C-2.
The main area and the largest piece of the convertible top. It is on the very top of the car between the two seams.
Sections of shell at bow and stern covered usually by varnished silk or nylon. The bow deck extends about 12 feet back from prow to washbow. The stern deck extends from back of coxswain's seat to tiller post.
The rather misleading term that describes the boards between the gunwales at the stem ends of the canoe. They help hold the shape of the canoe, and, I suppose, they prevent some of the waves from splashing into the canoe.
One or more boards or panels comprising the top or bottom surface of the pallet
The top surface of the board.