Weathertight definition

Weathertight means that in any sea conditions water will not penetrate into the ship;
Weathertight means capable of preventing the admission of a significant quantity of water into the vessel when subjected to a hose test;
Weathertight means that water will not penetrate into the craft in any wind and wave conditions up to those specified as critical design conditions.

Examples of Weathertight in a sentence

Weathertight means that in any sea conditions water will not penetrate into the ship.

Office: Weathertight, with lighting, electrical outlets, heating, cooling equipment, and equipped with sturdy furniture, drawing rack and drawing display table.

Office: Weathertight, with lighting, electrical outlets, heating, cooling equipment, and equipped with sturdy furniture and drawing display table if required by the Owner.B. Provide space for Project meetings, with table and chairs to accommodate 6 persons.C. Locate offices a minimum distance of 30 feet from existing structures.D. District will provide a classroom space for a temporary field office.

Office: Weathertight, with lighting, electrical outlets, heating, cooling equipment, and equipped with sturdy furniture, drawing rack, and drawing display table.

Weather-tight, with lighting, electrical outlets, heating, cooling and ventilating equipment, and equipped with sturdy furniture and drawing display table.


More Definitions of Weathertight

Weathertight means that in any sea condition water will not penetrate into the ship.
Weathertight in relation to a structure means capable of preventing the passage of sea water through the structure in ordinary sea conditions.
Weathertight means capable of withstanding the penetration of water into a space in the ship situated above the water line in any sea conditions in which the vessel is permitted to operate;
Weathertight means capable of pre- venting the penetration of water, even boarding seas, into the vessel in any sea condition.
Weathertight in relation to a structure means capable of preventing the passage of sea water through the structure in the worst sea and weather conditions likely to be encountered by the ship.
Weathertight means that in any sea conditions water will not penetrate into the vessel. Hatches, sidescuttles and windows should be equipped with weathertight closing devices. The same applies for doors and other openings on enclosed superstructures.
Weathertight means so constructed that the structure resists weather and excludes rain and snow, and prevents the infiltration of air.