A door with an opening over it; a half door, sometimes set with spikes on the upper edge.
A flood gate; a sluice gate.
An opening in the deck of a vessel or floor of a warehouse which serves as a passageway or hoistway; a hatchway; also; a cover or door, or one of the covers used in closing such an opening.
An opening into, or in search of, a mine.
an opening into a tank, usually through the top deck.
A small door on the gate of a lock which opens to empty the water inside
An opening in the main deck of a vessel providing access to the hold below for loading and unloading of cargo. The hatch is closed by a hatch cover.
An opening in a deck leading to the cabin below with a cover designed to let water in while keeping fresh air out.
A waterproof hold inside the kayak where you can store items you're taking with you. The removable cover on top is called a hatch cover.
The movable board or plate of a sluice, sometimes the whole sluice.
A removable or hinged cover in a roof or floor system.
a removable cover over the cargo hold of a vessel.
An opening in the deck, leading below or providing ventilation.
a movable barrier covering a hatchway
a damage control barrier, while a door is an access control barrier
a door between decks and a door is between buklheads
an opening into the hold of a ship
Horizontal opening in weather decks, generally for cargo loading. Closed with a HATCH COVER.
a door in the roof or floor, often above a cargo hold
A waterproof way of accessing storage areas in sea or touring kayaks.
An opening in the deck, provided with a hatch cover and a box trim built around it.
An opening in the deck of a vessel through which cargo is placed in the hold. It is covered by a movable frame or roof called a hatch. A small hatchway used primarily for the movement of persons is usually referred to as a companionway or scuttle.
All opening in the deck, leading below or providing ventilation
A port on the kayak's deck through which to access dry storage. A waterproof hold inside the kayak where you can store gear. day hatch – Small stowage behind the cockpit that's accessible when you're paddling.
A square or rectangular access in a deck.
An opening in the deck of a boat that allows access to compartments below deck. A watertight lid to prevent water from entering the hull of the boat can cover a hatch.
The covering over an opening in the ship's deck, usually of considerable size leading to a hold.
Rear luggage access door, usually with a fixed glass window. It is hinged at the top and hangs vertically or at an angle.
Covering on the deck of a sea kayak beneath which food and other gear can be stored in various compartments.
an opening in the deck of a ship or in the floor or roof of a building the covering for such an opening.
Access port on the front and/or rear deck of a touring or sea kayak.
Door or doorway, usually hermetically sealed.
An opening in a boat's deck fitted with a watertight cover.
opening in deck that provides passage for cargo into hold or access for worker; also known as hatchway
A small opening with a "door" on deck, allowing entry under the deck.
The opening in the deck of a vessel witch gives access to the, cargo hold.
A unit used to provide access to a roof from the interior of a building.
A usually watertight cover or doorway.
An opening in the roof; an access hole to the attic.
A deck opening.
Cover leading to a hold
hole in deck to let you get at boat's insides, or the cover for the hole
The opening in the deck of a vessel which provides access to the cargo hold.
A covered opening in the deck.
A device similar in nature to a mousetrap, in that it will drop down on your head or hand without warning. Also an opening for admitting water into the boat.
An opening in a deck giving access to internal compartments.
doors or openings aboard ship. Ships do not have doors, they have hatches.
A covered opening in the top of a tank or storage vessel.
Opening on deck with a cover.
opening in ship's deck for access to space below (hold)
An opening in a deck, floor or roof. The usual purpose is to provide access from inside the building.
A hinged or removable cover in a floor or roof which permits ventilation or the passage of persons or objects.
An opening in the deck of a ship, usually with hinged or removable cover.
Closable opening in the deck.
The cover of, or opening in, the deck of a vessel through which cargo is loaded.
A sliding or hinged opening in the deck, providing access to the cabin or space below.
The opening in the deck of a vessel which gives access to a cargo hold.
an opening, generally rectangular, in a ship's deck affording access into the compartment below.
Removable cover over an opening, that serves as an entry to a space.
A rectangular opening in a vessel's deck.