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floatel

(fləʊˈtɛl)
n
(Mining & Quarrying) a variant spelling of flotel
Translations

floatel

n (inf)schwimmendes Hotel
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This year's scholarship winners are: The Doc Cohen Scholarship--Samuel Flendren, Arizona State University; The DECA/Don DeBolt Scholarship--Jocelyn Galicia, Wichita State University; The Choice Flotels Scholarship--Alesia Pickney, Flampton University, and Megan M.
Maintenance agreements for Prosafes three other new build flotels Safe Notos, Safe Zephyrus and Safe Eurus are expected to be signed later in 2016.
Topaz operates more than 100 modern and high-spec vessels with diverse capabilities such as anchor handling tug supply vessels, platform supply vessels, flotels, icebreakers, crew boats, cable layers, survey vessels and specialised barges.
Topaz operates more than 100 vessels with capabilities such as anchor handling tug supply vessels, platform supply vessels, flotels, ice breakers, crew boats, cable layers, survey vessels and specialised barges.
The Topaz Marine fleet consists of AHTS's, PSV's, DP2 cable laying vessels, ERRV's, Workboats, Flotels, Ice Breakers, Survey Vessels and a variety of barges.
Some people believe that it is too much of a hard-handed approach, putting asylum-seekers in flotels and the like.
We have exaggerated the problem out of proportion - the proposal of using flotels to accommodate them is way out of proportion with the challenge we are facing.
Coast Guard-approved accommodations on floating platforms and vessels including FPSO's, flotels, semi-submersibles and other drilling and production projects.
A IFA 2014-2015 Chairman Steve Joyce, Choice Flotels International, Inc.
Two shipyards in the northwestern Spanish region of Galicia - Barreras, which is controlled by Pemex, and Navantia - are among the firms competing for the contracts to construct the flotels, which will cost $190 million each.
In an effort to tackle the growing crisis, 4,000 permanent spaces in reception centres across the country are to be provided along with 8,000 temporary beds, of which 1,000 will be in flotels.
The flotels are to be moored in Dublin, Waterford and Cork with a fourth available for leasing if required.