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passenger ship

[′pas·ən·jər ‚ship]
(naval architecture)
A ship used primarily to carry passengers.
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Her slightly smaller sister ship Grand Princess was the previous holder of the largest Mersey passenger ship title.
Look at the surface of the ocean and you'll see a lot of ships: passenger ships, trading ships, and even military ships.
The QE2 was launched in 1967 and was the last passenger ship to be built on the Clyde
At 150,000 gross registered tons (grt), it will be the largest passenger ship ever built.
Besides wanting to better display the unique history at the 188-foot (85-metre) former Great Lakes passenger ship, volunteers of the St.
The drill was based on the hypothesis that anthrax had been found on a passenger ship in Tokyo Bay.
With a home port of Southampton and flying the British flag, the QM2 will be the largest, longest, tallest and widest passenger ship built.
A notice carried in Tuesday's early edition of Dong-A Ilbo said the cruise will use a passenger ship operated by the Hyundai Business Group for tours to the scenic Mt.
21 Kyodo Some 270 passengers and crew are missing after an Indonesian passenger ship sank off the southern coast of New Guinea Island on Monday night, Indonesia's state-run Antara news agency reported Wednesday.
NEW YORK-The fifth semiannual Ex* Tracts: A Trade Show for Aromatherapy, Home Fragrance and Personal Care will make a one-time move to the Passenger Ship Terminal Piers here this April.
Take a voyage through the ages, exploring the evolution of passenger ship travel with Thomas Cook's illustrative timeline.
FleetPro Passenger Ship Management ("FleetPro") will commence operation on November 1[sup.

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