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 lawmakers visited Batangas City, Oriental Mindoro, Western Visayas, Negros and Dipolog City through the Western Nautical Highway and transferred to the Eastern Nautical Highway to visit Surigao del Norte, Dinagat Islands, Southern Leyte, Leyte Province, Samar, Masbate and Sorsogon.
The Club H2O program provides full-time Nautical Boat Club[R] employees with a structured path to successful ownership of their own franchise.
The Oslo agreements provided for a 20 nautical mile fishing .
The firm said: We at Glasstream continue to focus on developing long-term partnerships in the marine industry and are excited to have Nautical Ventures become part of the Glasstream family.
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.
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
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.
Article 172 also makes it clear that the area beyond 12 nautical miles and up to 200 nautical miles, comprising Pakistan`s Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ), is in effect a `province` of the federal government and the ownership of all minerals and resources in this economic zone vest with the federal government to the exclusion of the coastal provinces.
The purpose of this nautical highway, which is still under research and analysis by the Department of Transportation and Communications (DOTC), is to cut the travel time from Luzon to Mindanao from two to three days to just 15 hours.
The four warships then moved north toward Suao, a fishing port in northeastern Taiwan located around 80 nautical miles south of Yonaguni, where they conducted more exercises, including the firing of phalanx guns.
Under the Oslo accords, the Palestinians are supposed to be allowed to fish in 20 nautical miles off the Gaza shore.