- the deck or side of a ship.
- the situation of being on a ship.
- done, conducted, or designed for use aboard ship, especially during an ocean voyage: a shipboard romance; a shipboard telephone.
- on shipboard, aboard a seagoing vessel.
Origin of shipboard
Examples from the Web for shipboard
Contemporary Examples of shipboard
Off the coast of Vietnam, a shipboard catastrophe cut short your chances to soar in combat.Why My Former Hero Shouldn’t Be President
October 7, 2008
Historical Examples of shipboard
His frank, familiar manner made him a favorite on shipboard.
It seems pleasant to be on land after being on shipboard so many weeks.
He was far from expecting to meet him on shipboard bound to India.
But you must remember a day on shipboard is very much longer than a day on shore.In a Steamer Chair and Other Stories
Now, there must be some law on shipboard that takes the place of ordinary law on land.A Woman Intervenes
- (modifier) taking place, used, or intended for use aboard a shipa shipboard encounter
- on shipboard on board a ship