naval architect


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naval architect

[′nā·vəl ′är·kə‚tekt]
(naval architecture)
An individual who designs ships and makes alterations in them.
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Being a chartered naval architect meant you could manage a team of surveyors.
MAST is the Middle East alumni association of naval architects graduated from the department of ship technology, Cochin University of Science and Technology, Kerala, India.
It is the latest marine adventure for Mr Williams, who is regarded as one of the foremost naval architects in the world.
As a sailor and son of a naval architect, he would have reacted strongly to their layered unshaped timbers and the tilting canvas sails set upon the mighty prow of Taliesin West.
The text also includes a historical background essay by Helen O'Carroll, curator of the Kerry County Museum; an essay on building the replica by Fred Walker, naval architect to the UK's National Maritime Museum; and a captain's log by Michael Coleman, former master of the replica, about sailing a tall ship today.
The Grade II listed chapel, which was designed by naval architect George Ledwell Taylor, was built in 1831 by the Admiralty as a place of worship for its employees in the town's Royal Naval Dockyard.
A naval architect who claimed he was in love with tennis star Martina Hingis was sentenced to two years in jail earlier this year.
As naval architect Daniel Charles points out in the text: 'The Global Positioning System is accurate to within a few metres.
David Livingstone, a naval architect from the shipyard Harland and Wolff which built the Titanic, explained: "I think this expedition will further add to our perhaps considerable knowledge as to how the ship broke up.
The company must have fully qualified Naval Architect abilities.

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