It is a case of going to "Sick Bay" and of "out pipes" at nine o'clock.
Why he had to go to "Sick Bay" for such a trifle was beyond him.
"Who lay in sick bay for three months," Captain Warfield contributed.
Clayton didn't struggle as they led him down to the sick bay.
Nancy, she knew, had been removed to the sick bay where Mrs. Duke could look after her.
Back the way he had come, back toward the sick bay, he pitched.
He fought like a tiger, and they had to tie him hand and foot to get him over to the sick bay.
In the passage leading to McCuaig's compartment, he met four men, bearing on a stretcher toward the sick bay a long silent form.
In a bunk down in the sick bay Pembroke tossed uneasily, his face a bright red.
I told the first officer that the doctor was in a room in the sick bay, and he was helped away limping along the deck.