Translation of wheelhouse in Spanish:

wheelhouse

timonera, n.

Pronunciation /ˈ(h)wilˌhaʊs//ˈwiːlhaʊs/

noun

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    timonera feminine
    • Salvagers have taken the ship's propeller, navigational gear from the wheelhouse, and cargo.
    • Interactive displays guide visitors as they observe river traffic through binoculars, use a field guide to identify vessel types, and take the helm in a towboat wheelhouse.
    • I repeated my earlier journey back past the wheelhouse and up the companionway.
    • The tailgate opening is 1020 mm, and the load width between the inner wheelhouses is 1048 mm.
    • The vessel has a forward offset wheelhouse extended to shelter the hauling area.
    • Either side of the wheelhouse, tight against the side of the ship, is the steering cable.
    • All 14 crewmen - a mix of Indian, Pakistani and Filipino - were on the wheelhouse roof, awaiting rescue.
    • Around 8 a.m. black smoke erupted from the engine room and within three quarters of an hour, the wheelhouse and shelter deck, which went up like an inferno, was gone.
    • By 5pm that day, after Mayday calls went unanswered, they were forced to abandon ship, torching the wheelhouse as a last-ditch smoke signal and praying it would be seen.
    • In another separate incident, a youth threw a stone at a different cruise boat last weekend, hitting the side of the wheelhouse.
    • The first officer, a retired British naval man, regarded Kara and her few belongings with wry amusement as one of the deck hands brought her up to the wheelhouse.
    • In the sudden calamity that presaged the sinking, it is possible the skipper or a flying object in the wheelhouse knocked the joystick control to one side.
    • In many scenes filmed of the boat under way, McCook or Layton were in the wheelhouse, out of view or in a lower helm station while Clooney drove the boat.
    • Loui had already shed his wet-weather gear and was in the wheelhouse.
    • Yet, even on her final day with her bows blown off back to the wheelhouse, she returned her crew safely to land.
    • We cut through open remains of stern cabins, the galley and engine room, working up to the wheelhouse, where a large grouper lurks behind the remains of the steering binnacle.
    • These chains run along either side of the ship to below the wheelhouse, where they would be pulled by the ship's wheel to turn the rudder.
    • Back in the wheelhouse he was confronted by the huge ship and desperately tried to swing the wheel to head away.
    • The Silver Dawn is also equipped with seating inside the wheelhouse and up top on the fly-bridge.
    • With waves literally passing over the wheelhouse, some fought through seasickness (finding their sea legs) for another day before arriving at Darwin.