promenade deck

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Definition of promenade deck 

: an upper deck or an area on a deck of a passenger ship where passengers stroll

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Tip: Get a free tasting of Guy’s Pig & Anchor barbecue at lunch on embarkation day and on sea days, served on the promenade deck outside the smokehouse/brewhouse. David G. Molyneaux, miamiherald, "This cruise ship's elevators may be smarter than you," 30 May 2018 Even the original signage, promenade deck, wheel and wooden plank flooring is in place in the new Ship. Jasper J. Mirabile Jr., kansascity, "The Ship in West Bottoms brings back memories, serves good food | The Kansas City Star," 30 Oct. 2017

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First Known Use of promenade deck

1820, in the meaning defined above

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