The material reported ranges from the obligatory porthole to cannon and shot, several pieces of eight and a Charles I gold coin.
A window cut into a hedge is like a porthole in the hull of a ship, a delightful surprise that relieves the cabin's potential for claustrophobia.
It was tiny, there was only a bed and a porthole to look outside the ship.
The wind was fierce as it howled out side of the porthole window.
She could see the moonlit water outside her porthole and hear the footsteps and orders called on the deck as the ship was preparing to set sail.
Indeed, outside the starboard porthole I saw a large fish, apparently captive, violently trying to disengage itself and in the process tearing some of the skin and flesh of its back.
During close-up shots, the frame begins to shift, tilting ever so slightly up and down, just like the image one might see out of a porthole on a cruise ship.
Outside cabins will either have a porthole or picture window depending on ship and/or position on ship.
From my porthole window, I gazed in awe at the stunning contrast of the shining snowcapped Chugach Mountains against the blueness of the Gulf of Alaska.
Derryn looked out the porthole of the ship's cabin: dark, except for the starlight that reflected off of the sea's gentle waves.