Lifebuoy Lamp, lantern ring life ship Citerna 1960
Antique big Block Tackle double Pulley Shackle French Navy
Ship's lamp OUVRARD et VILLARS ST OUEN circa 1900
Model Ship's bottle diorama 3 mats Circa 1950
Large ship's porthole in brass.
Large campaign chest of drawers teck and rosewood. Has been restored by...
Antique world Globe by J. Forrest circa 1950
Reconditioned by KIROV's maritime instrument factory
On a boat, porthole, allows the entry of fresh air and light into dark areas under or on deck. It also allows the occupants of the lower cabins to have a view of the exterior of the boat. When closed, the porthole protects against water, bad weather and sometimes light when equipped with a shutter.
A porthole is a small, generally circular window pierced in the hull of a boat to allow air and light to enter.
Rectangular porthole is a large window, rectangular, located at the footbridge (wheelhouse) of a boat, to have an external vision and to ensure the conduct of the ship.