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cargo ship

[′kär·gō ‚ship]
(naval architecture)
A power-driven ship employed exclusively in commercial transportation of commodities on the ocean and large inland bodies of water. Also known as cargo liner.
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Yes, the Philippines will harness energy from ocean to provide energy for hybrid trimaran cargo vessels.
The fishing boat was anchored when the cargo vessel believed to be on the way to Manila struck it, causing it to sink.
Thomas Aquinas that sank after colliding with cargo vessel M/V Sulpicio Express 7 on Friday evening in the Mactan Channel in Cebu Province.
In a statement, 2Go said the ferry "was reportedly hit" by the cargo vessel "resulting in major damage that led to its sinking.
the cargo vessel, a request which Turkey flatly refused.
The Validation of a Renewable Methanol Based Auxiliary Power System for Commercial Vessels project aims to develop and validate renewable-fuel-based technology on board a cargo vessel involved in international trade.
A crew member on board the cargo vessel Opnxr, berthed in Lerwick in the Shetlands, was killed at 2.
In January, Israeli commandos seized the Palestinian cargo vessel Karine A carrying 50 tons of Iranian arms bound for PLO terrorists (see "PLO: Protected Lethal Organization" in our February 11th issue).
The unidentified boat hit the starboard side of the Sunjoo Lucky head on and boat fragments, thought to be from the unidentified boat's bow, were found on the South Korean cargo vessel, the coast guard said.
The brewery requested that the units be covered, so-in a lengthy and elaborate process-Crowley arranged for them to be loaded last and stowed below deck on the Crowley Sun, a 526-foot cargo vessel.
Seven Chinese fishing boats were seen anchored in various locations off Second Thomas Shoal, also known locally as Ayungin Shoal, where a cargo vessel of the Philippine Navy, the Sierra Madre, ran aground on May 9, the military said.
10, 1992, 11 huge steel containers fell off a cargo vessel near the international date line.