A long, hardwood table used by Icelandic fisherman. Term, derives from the bridge bow of Viking ships centuries back. A small principality off the coast of Greenland called "Shukoffzbin" harbored some of the the most fine trees in all of the Atlantic. They were cut into lumber perfect for salt water vessels and hard table top used to chop up fish.
-Let the mast down and place the rope on the Shukoff.
-We can't begin our quest through the seven seas without a good Shukoff.