Difference Between Weathertight Doors And Watertight Doors.

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  1. lagcaups says:

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  2. lagcaups says:

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  3. Deb Pearl says:

    My husband and I got a tour of a ship before and I didn’t know there was a difference between the doors either. That is cool that watertight doors are below the waterline and they help keep water out from other compartments during a flood. I’m glad they have doors like that. I would feel safer knowing there was a door that could block off water from getting to the rest of the ship.

  4. Deb Pearl says:

    My husband and I got a tour of a ship before and I didn&#8217t know there was a difference between the doors either. That is cool that watertight doors are below the waterline and they help keep water out from other compartments during a flood. I&#8217m glad they have doors like that. I would feel safer knowing there was a door that could block off water from getting to the rest of the ship.

  5. Tun says:

    Are the indication lights for open /closed watertight door needed locally? If yes then could you please explain me what is the reason of the local indicators (at door). if not, please briefly explain why. Thanks

    • Marine And Offshore Insight says:

      the indication lights all depend on the built. it only for operational purpose.

  6. Tun says:

    Are the indication lights for open /closed watertight door needed locally? If yes then could you please explain me what is the reason of the local indicators (at door). if not, please briefly explain why. Thanks

    • Marine And Offshore Insight says:

      the indication lights all depend on the built. it only for operational purpose.

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