ocean-going


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ocean-going

(of a ship, boat, etc.) suited for travel on the open ocean
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Introduced to market in 2015, Gulf Craft's long-range Nomad Yachts combine practicality with pleasure and ocean-going seaworthiness.
The yard aims at an average output of two Neo-Panamax and one Panamax cruise ships per year--thereby making it a leading constructor of ocean-going cruise vessels, and a significant rival to domestic cruise ship-building giant Meyer Werft..
On fire safety, the new requirements include the provision of emergency escape breathing devices for crew use in the event of fire, installation of extinguishing systems for deep-fat cooking equipment on ocean-going vessels, and the provision of gas detectors on ships carrying gas-fuelled motor vehicles.
Speaking further, Dr Dakuku informed them that the Agency is in discussions with some foreign institutions to place seafarers on board ocean-going vessels and that in no distant time more cadets will be placed on board for their sea-time training.
It is a member of the International Group of P&I Clubs, an umbrella for 13 separate clubs insuring 90% of the world's ocean-going freighters.
Switching to liquefied natural gas (LNG) to fuel ocean-going vessels may not be enough for shippers to comply with long-term emissions regulations and they will have to find additional ways of reducing emissions, JBC Energy said last Tuesday.
Canadian domestic carriers are loading the iron ore pellets from Minnesota ports to ship via the Seaway to the Port of Quebec where they're then transferred to larger ocean-going vessels for international shipment.
HMS Sutherland monitored Steregushchiy-class corvettes Soobrazitelny and Boiky as well as a Russian support tanker and an ocean-going tug as they sailed close to UK territorial waters yesterday.
The renewable, two-year import and export licenses now allow the company to import up to 2.12 billion cubic feet of LNG via truck in 10,700-gallon ISO tanks or in bulk via ocean-going vessels.
It's primarily the doc's lensing, also by Kranioti, that helps prevent a reminiscence-driven character study from getting stuck In the doldrums: The heart-stopping seascapes and mesmeric machinery of ocean-going cargo ships transfix, even during narrative lulls.
Of 1,026 ocean-going ships recycled in 2014, 641 were taken apart on beaches in India, Bangladesh and Pakistan, according to figures from the NGO Shipbreaking Platform, which campaigns for an end to the hazardous practice.
100,000 trainees have sailed 1.8M nautical miles on the Trust's fleet - a 60m brig, Stavros S Niarchos, four 22m ocean-going Challenger Yachts, a 19m Catamaran and before them, a 60m brig Prince William and two 37m schooners Malcolm Miller and Sir Winston Churchill.