motor vessel


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motor vessel

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motor ship

n
(Nautical Terms) a ship whose main propulsion system is a diesel or other internal-combustion engine
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In their special facility in Rhode Island, an explosion test was conducted by injecting and exploding a flammable gas inside the motor vessel.
THE RNLI lifeboat helped a Fletcher motor vessel which had engine difficulties in the Menai Strait close to Caernarfon yesterday.
The transfer of Syrian chemicals from the Danish container ship Ark Futura to the Motor Vessel Cape Ray is complete," said Pentagon press secretary Rear Admiral John Kirby.
WASHINGTON, July 3 (KUNA) -- Transfer of Syrian chemicals from the Danish container ship Ark Futura to the Motor Vessel Cape Ray is "complete," the Pentagon has announced.
It wasn't until 1917 when America went to the war after the sinking of the Motor Vessel, the Lusitania.
FHWA's Ferry Boat Program has helped fund new and improved elevators onboard the Motor Vessel Pamlico and Motor Vessel Silver Lake, a new platen to improve efficiency in operations at the State Shipyard in Manns Harbor, and a new visitor center for the ferry route between Currituck and Knotts Island.
The Oberoi Group, founded in 1934, currently operates 30 luxury hotels plus a Nile cruiser and a motor vessel in the backwaters of Kerala.
During the next year, Berkey traveled to the Caribbean, Central America and Europe on the 150-foot motor vessel.
The trial heard a motor vessel, the Joy C, had lost power and caused the Hanne Knutsen to change her intended course.
The motor vessel went down off the south coast of Java near the town of Tegalbulued, about 190km (120 miles) south of Jakarta, Reuters reported.
The Oberoi Group, which was founded in 1934, operates 30 five-star hotels, a Nile cruiser and a motor vessel in the backwaters of Kerala under the luxury Oberoi and five-star Trident brands.
Around noon on June 21, 2008, the motor vessel Princess of the Stars sank off Sibuyan Island, Romblon, in rough seas whipped by Typhoon "Frank.

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