whaling ship


Also found in: Thesaurus, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.whaling ship - a ship engaged in whale fishingwhaling ship - a ship engaged in whale fishing  
factory ship - a whaling ship equipped to process whale products at sea
ship - a vessel that carries passengers or freight
Translations

whaling ship

whaling vessel n(nave f ) baleniera
References in classic literature ?
I asked him why he carried such a troublesome thing with him ashore, and whether all whaling ships did not find their own harpoons.
Australia-based environmental activist group Sea Shepherd has claimed it has saved 750 whales from the harpoons of the Japanese whaling ship.
Summary: Canberra: Environmental campaigners from the militant Sea Shepherd group said Wednesday a Japanese whaling ship .
IN our August issue we printed an article from Colin Hatton about a whaling ship on the Tees, but one reader, who does not want her details printed, takes him to task on a few points.
GREENPEACE campaigners in a dinghy launch a daring protest against a giant Japanese whaling ship.
TWO protesters who claimed they were tied to masts on a Japanese whaling ship were last night safe on a customs vessel.
Most craft were moored at the Wellington and Sandon docks north of the city centre, while former whaling ship Artemis was the attraction at the Albert dock.
Molly, the Friendly Blue Whale aimed at three to seven-year-olds and has Captain Undersea telling the story of the friendly blue whale and her escape from the clutches of a whaling ship.
Built in Oslo in 1926, the 400-tonne, three-masted Artemis was a whaling ship and later a cargo vessel which traded all over the world until the end of the 1950s.
In the film, Berry plays Max, the only child of a whaling ship captain.
Anti-whaling Organization Sea Shepherd has claimed the Japanese whaling ship "attacked" its ship in the dark in what it described as a "ruthless assault.
Australia: Three activists who sparked a diplomatic incident by boarding a Japanese whaling ship arrived back in Australia Monday as Prime Minister Julia Gillard blasted their "irresponsible" behaviour.