seagoing barge

seagoing barge

[′sē¦gō·iŋ ′barj]
(naval architecture)
A barge capable of sailing on the open sea.
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Alongside the reconstruction of onshore facilities, the company is evaluating the requirement for a new seagoing barge that is more in line with operational needs and with greater operational efficiency.
The topside was loaded from the construction quay in Vlissingen, The Netherlands, on a seagoing barge for transport to the Gulf of Gabes, 110 km offshore Tunisia in the Mediterranean.
The project runs until late July, is a fully furnished and landscaped dream house built on a seagoing barge.
And currently, Penn Lyon is a proud sponsor of Jan's House of Hope, a dream house placed on a seagoing barge, which will tour seven cities along the East Coast to raise $10 million dollars for community cancer awareness and hospice programs.
With (pride) we witnessed the load-out operation of the Tombua Landana template on a seagoing barge for transport to Angola.
When you consider that the typical seagoing barge these days measures 300 feet long by about 75 feet wide, the advantage in capacity becomes quite clear.