Translation of amidships in Spanish:


en medio del barco, adv.

Pronunciation /əˈmɪdˌʃɪps/ /əˈmɪdʃɪps/


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    en medio del barco
    • As the exhausted and injured men slept below decks the ship was struck amidships by a torpedo from a German E-boat and she broke in two, sinking in just 15 seconds.
    • It is an unusual design of ship, a collier with engine-room aft and wheelhouse amidships.
    • The main saloon is amidships over the engine room and features a sofa along the starboard aft bulkhead that converts to a fore and aft berth.
    • Modifications to the hull included increasing the freeboard amidships and flaring the topsides to widen the beam at the weatherdeck.
    • The Exeter was hit amidships and the ship sustained damage.
    • The explosion ripped through the steel hull of Cole on the port side amidships with a deafening roar.
    • It seems this artist and industrial designer came up with the idea after he broke a toe on an amidships cleat.
    • Further forward, the aft hold is broken plates, then the amidships deckhouse and winch-gear lies intact and upside-down, and the goalpost mast has fallen diagonally across the wreck.
    • Additional bollards may be located alongside the holds, just forward and aft of the amidships superstructure.
    • The vessel is badly damaged from amidships aft.
    • The hull has broken amidships and the wreck has a slight list to port either side of the break.
    • She had a draught of 18 ft and was built in 1903 with a single boiler and a three-cylinder triple-expansion engine amidships.
    • The first spread hit her slightly aft of amidships, obliterating the crew quarters, mess, and medical bay in an instant.
    • These installations typically involve the engines being situated nearly amidships, with a straight shaft driving a three or more bladed propeller.
    • All this weight of armament tended to compensate for the engine being mounted amidships.
    • Only two men could be seen on her deck, one at the tiller and one amidships to work the sail.
    • In one design, two or more horses walked in a circle on deck, turning a capstan amidships that was geared to a paddle wheel set between a pair of catamaran-like hulls.
    • Missile one hit amidships, wrecking a set of berthing compartments.
    • Heading back amidships along the port side, the hull dips away much more steeply than on the starboard side.
    • Forward of this amidships seat was a locker offering additional stowage, situated on the centre-line, which was flanked by bonded pads which nestled the fuel-tanks in position.