Porthole TV

Porthole TV

Porthole TV is a travel television series based on Porthole Cruise Magazine, which is available in 40 countries and distributed by Warner Publisher Services.

The series was created by Sidney M. Cohen, who directed and hosted many of the episodes which highlighted cruise ships and ports of call.

External links

* http://www.superpeopleproductions.com

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  • Porthole — Port hole , n. (Naut.) An embrasure in a ship s side. See 3d {Port}. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • porthole — 1590s, from PORT (Cf. port) (2) + HOLE (Cf. hole) …   Etymology dictionary

  • porthole — ► NOUN 1) a small window on the outside of a ship or aircraft. 2) historical an opening for firing a cannon through …   English terms dictionary

  • porthole — [pôrt′hōl΄] n. 1. an opening in a ship s side, esp. a round one for admitting light and air, fitted with thick glass and, often, a hinged metal cover 2. an opening to shoot through, in the wall of a fort; embrasure 3. an opening shaped somewhat… …   English World dictionary

  • Porthole — A porthole is a small, generally circular, window used on the hull of ships to admit light and air. Porthole is actually an abbreviated term for port hole window . Though the term is of obvious maritime origin, it is also used to describe round… …   Wikipedia

  • porthole — [[t]pɔ͟ː(r)thoʊl[/t]] portholes N COUNT A porthole is a small round window in the side of a ship or aircraft. Dan was in his cabin, staring out of a porthole …   English dictionary

  • porthole — UK [ˈpɔː(r)tˌhəʊl] / US [ˈpɔrtˌhoʊl] noun [countable] Word forms porthole : singular porthole plural portholes a small window in the side of a ship or plane …   English dictionary

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  • porthole — A styling accessory popularized by the Buicks of the early 1950s where two or three round chrome surrounds were fitted to the sides of both fenders for decorative purposes; this trim detail was soon imitated by other manufacturers and was offered …   Dictionary of automotive terms

  • porthole — noun Etymology: 2port Date: circa 1591 1. an opening (as a window) with a cover or closure especially in the side of a ship or aircraft 2. a port through which to shoot 3. port II,2 …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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