strongback

strongback
a) The fore-and-aft spar extending from stem to stern on a lifeboat and serving as a raised spreader for a boat cover. (FM 55-501).
b) A strong bar placed across a hatch opening to hold hatch boards or hatch covers. (FM 55-501).

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