seamanship

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seamanship

[′sē·mən‚ship]
(navigation)
The ability to handle, manage, and navigate a ship at sea.
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The firm said the North East is a region known for low overheads and a high quality of life, meaning West Nautical can attract the best management talent yet can also offer clients an outstanding service with lower fees than competitors based in the South of France.
We're delighted to be collaborating with Veson Nautical and furthering our strategy of increasing the channels through which Bunkerworld data is available, said Matt Cape, CEO of Petromedia, publishers of Bunkerworld, Veson Nautical s client base is a key market for us.
Deputy chief of Marine operations at Al-Suaiba Port Captain Shuaib Al-Ali told KUNA winds speed at the harbor exceeded 25 nautical knots and the visibility dropped lower than one nautical C mile.
Please contact: Ken Hayes, Governor, The London Nautical School, 61 Stamford Street, London SE1 9NA
About Veson Nautical Founded in 1979, Veson Nautical is the premier provider of maritime commercial management and trading software.
New York Nautical has been located in Lower Manhattan for the past 40 years and had expressed a strong desire to remain in TriBeCa dose to the North Cove and South Street Seaport.
Europe has always been a key market for Veson Nautical.
Iker Martinez's crew started their fourth day of comeback more than a knot quicker than their rivals as they rode at the head of a weather front around 150 nautical miles south east of the frontrunners.
Catwalks like Bottega Veneta and Jil Sander showcased minimalist lines to flaunt deckchair-style stripes to full effect, while Chanel recently showcased their monochromatic Cruise show on the Cote D'Azur featuring boater hats and signature tailored jackets with a nautical edge.
Chanel showcased its monochromatic Cruise show on the Cote D'Azur with boater hats and tailored jackets with a nautical edge.
In 1969, the Nautical Club was formed in Birmingham.