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passenger ship

[′pas·ən·jər ‚ship]
(naval architecture)
A ship used primarily to carry passengers.
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Provision of an electric passenger ship for the urban collective transport network of lorient agglomration - call for applications
Aside from its brand-new RORO passenger ship, CLC on Friday also inaugurated the $35 million M/T Chelsea Providence, 183.3-meter long medium-range oil tanker that can carry up to 54 million liters of petroleum.
Considering that one of the tragedies occurred a few days ago, the sinking of passenger ship KM Sinar Bangun at the tourist destination of Lake Toba.
Summary: Panaji (Goa) [India], November 11 (ANI): A Medevac operation was conducted on Saturday to shift a 75-year-old German passenger who suffered a cardiac arrest on board a Mumbai-Colombo passenger ship.
Cunard's Carpathia, which rescued survivors of the Titanic, was also built on the Tyne in 1907 and the last passenger ship to be built on the river, the Vistaford, was owned by Cunard.
The deal takes take Crystal's river fleet to a total of seven - Crystal Mozart, the largest passenger ship on Europe's inland waterways, is currently being refurbished and refitted and will make her maiden voyage in July.
"It will not be sailing the Caribbean this year and so that passenger ship would carry 694 people has been taken out," he said.
She was the world's fastest passenger ship, ferrying 2,139 people across the Atlantic in just under four days.
I RECALL reading in the GDN earlier about a Saudi-based company planning to launch a passenger ship service to India.
Luis Tuason said the death toll is expected to rise because there are bodies trapped in the passenger ship M/V St.
MOSKOVA (CyHAN)- A passenger ship with at least 56 people on board has collided with a barge in Siberia, killing four people, Russian emergency services said Saturday.

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