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Fig. 9  Compartments: watertight subdivision

Ships are divided into compartments by walls called bulkheads. Access to these compartments is by doors or hatches, designed, when closed, to keep the compartment watertight.

Source Scan from by Authority of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty (June 1943) A Seaman's Pocket-Book, London: HMSO, pp. p. 11,fig. 9
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