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Back with Rosbach this season are two experienced crew members: chief steward Kate Chastain and senior deckhand Nico Scholly.
An in-depth discussion on flashers and stickers and the pluses and minuses of super glue ensued, how Eric's previous deckhand Ellie was proficient at using it.
Melato portrays an arrogant, bullying rich capitalist who is forced to rely on the superior survival skills of her Communist deckhand (Giannini) when both are stranded on a deserted island.
New York City’s new fleet of high-tech ferries is putting out the call for deckhands.
Winslo Edwards’ new office is on the shimmering waterways around New York City, his backdrop its sweeping skyline, his job title: deckhand.
John Small, no relation, and Alfred Gourdine served as engineers, while the deckhands were David Jones, Jack Gibbes, Gabriel Turner and Abraham Jackson.
Pederson is a deckhand on Hansen’s boat who also regularly appears on the TV series.
The son-in-law and deckhand of celebrity crab-boat captain Sig Hansen has been charged with assault for allegedly spitting on an Uber driver during an altercation after Norwegian Constitution Day celebrations in Ballard last month.
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Definition of deckhand for English Language Learners
: a worker on a ship who does work that does not require special training
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