- the deck or side of a ship.
- the situation of being on a ship.
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How to use shipboard in a sentence
Some data came from shipboard measurements of artificial light in the water.
Occasionally it does raise its head as they have BBC, MSNBC and Fox News on shipboard TV.
Off the coast of Vietnam, a shipboard catastrophe cut short your chances to soar in combat.
With him they were soon on the intimate terms of shipboard—terms that commit one to nothing in the future when land is reached.
Although they had talked upon shipboard, this was the first time they had been en tête-à-tête.
The Guards had much improved in health during their sojourn on shipboard, and were in good spirits and condition.The British Expedition to the Crimea|William Howard Russell
Somehow there are barriers and conventionalities that one cannot break, for all the vaunted "freedom of shipboard."My Wonderful Visit|Charlie Chaplin
He had about thirty miles to walk, and carried near five stone weight of goods, which he did not choose to put on shipboard.Yorkshire Oddities, Incidents and Strange Events|S. Baring-Gould