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Offing: A ship out at sea or at a good distance from shore. orlop deck: The lowest deck in a ship, often mostly or completely underwater. Bulkheads usually compartmented it into holds. Most of a ship’s cargo, stores, and provisions were kept on this deck. Usually it held the ship’s galley (kitchen), as well, and, on warships, the surgeon’s operating table. overhaul: To examine or repair a vessel, especially in a shipyard; to overtake a ship in chase. pay round off: When a ship, near the wind, falls off from it against the helm, in spite of every effort to prevent it.

Living Conditions and Health Living conditions on a warship were deplorable. The food was bad, there was no plumbing, and little ventilation. Space was at a premium, and British sailors generally had to keep all their belongings in a small sack. American sailors had it better in all respects, but not much. They kept their belongings in a sea chest. Given the harsh conditions and discipline, career men rarely served willingly. Most were convicts and those unlucky enough to be grabbed by a press-gang.

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