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Spanish translation: pozo (boat deck)

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English term or phrase:splashwell
Spanish translation:pozo (boat deck)
Entered by: Davorka Grgic
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10:54 Jun 26, 2001
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
English term or phrase: splashwell
section of a boat just within the transom where water is held
defbrown
Local time: 01:15
pozo
Explanation:
I was almost done, with one little project to go, that being where the bracket for the ski pole rotted out the center section of the floor. The bracket measured 8" x 5" and was screwed into the floor with six wood screws. The center section of the floor consists of one long piece of 3/4" plywood that goes from the front of the boat, back to the small splashwell at the back of the boat. This is the splashwell where you would mount the bilge pump. The plywood lays elevated about 6" above the pad, and underneath the plywood it’s hollow down to the bottom of the boat.

http://www.hydrostream.org/Resto/Page7.htm.

Other standard features include 4 stainless steel cleats, bilge pump, horn, glove box, navigation lights, tackle trays, padded fold down swivel fishing seats on storage boxes, and of course they meet the Coast Guard level flotation requirements. The functional splashwell has ample room for battery and oil reservoir, or other essential equipment.
http://www.copeandmcphetres.com/cope2K/reno-cope/weldcraft/1...

So, splashwell would be any indented part of boat upper deck. If it is used for bilage, than it is "bilage well" or "pozo de sentina".

HTH

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Davorka Grgic
Local time: 01:15
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David
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nasentina
Miquel
napozo
Davorka Grgic


  

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1 hr
pozo


Explanation:
I was almost done, with one little project to go, that being where the bracket for the ski pole rotted out the center section of the floor. The bracket measured 8" x 5" and was screwed into the floor with six wood screws. The center section of the floor consists of one long piece of 3/4" plywood that goes from the front of the boat, back to the small splashwell at the back of the boat. This is the splashwell where you would mount the bilge pump. The plywood lays elevated about 6" above the pad, and underneath the plywood it’s hollow down to the bottom of the boat.

http://www.hydrostream.org/Resto/Page7.htm.

Other standard features include 4 stainless steel cleats, bilge pump, horn, glove box, navigation lights, tackle trays, padded fold down swivel fishing seats on storage boxes, and of course they meet the Coast Guard level flotation requirements. The functional splashwell has ample room for battery and oil reservoir, or other essential equipment.
http://www.copeandmcphetres.com/cope2K/reno-cope/weldcraft/1...

So, splashwell would be any indented part of boat upper deck. If it is used for bilage, than it is "bilage well" or "pozo de sentina".

HTH




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Davorka Grgic
Local time: 01:15
Native speaker of: Native in CroatianCroatian, Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in pair: 905
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gracias

David
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3 hrs
sentina


Explanation:
Es la parte del barco donde se acumula el agua.

Miquel
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Local time: 01:15
PRO pts in pair: 578
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