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1(go) a popa(sit/be) en la popa
- It is an unusual design of ship, a collier with engine-room aft and wheelhouse amidships.
- Heading aft towards the stern, we found the mizzenmast collapsed, which was why it had not shown up on the sonar.
- An airman inspector noticed the starboard aft wheel was missing all but one of its lug nuts.
- The entire stern section of the wreck is tilted aft and to starboard.
- The galley is aft to port and has a stove, oven, top loading icebox and double sink.
- We all followed and went aft of the aircraft, away from anything that might injure or kill us.
- The master stateroom is aft, fitted with twin berths outboard on each side of the cabin.
- I went under the nose and climbed up the ladder built into the bottom hatch just aft of the nose wheel.
- All her aft compartments flooded, swiftly sending the boat to the muddy floor of the loch, 55 ft down.
- The vessel is dual decked and the aluminium deckhouse is fitted aft of midship.
- The area of unknown damage aft near the bow on the starboard side was only a few metres past the housed anchor.
- When we got to our ship, they weren't ready for us to land, so we had to orbit a mile aft of the ship while they got set up.
- We circled aft of the ship for what seemed to be another eternity, waiting for them to steady up.
- The armory was really divided up into two separate rooms in the aft portion of the ship.
- It was at that time that another depth charge exploded close to the aft starboard fin.
- The helm is forward to port and there is an enclosed head aft of the helm seat.
- Behind the helm there is a double seat facing aft and a small wet bar behind the port side lounge.
- The stern is beginning to split from the aft part of the wreck and is falling to starboard.
- When he went aft to add some oil to the engine, he slipped on spilled oil and fell overboard.
- Navigation can be particularly difficult on the aft part of the wreck.