whaling ship


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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
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whaling ship

whaling vessel n(nave f ) baleniera
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Sea Shepherd has claimed that the Japanese whaling ship "attacked" its ship in the dark in what it described as a "ruthless assault.
I took the picture of the whale being harpooned, left, from a helicopter we were using to follow the whaling ship.
Sheen actually plays Old Thomas Nickerson, a maritime veteran who recalls the time he was a cabin boy aboard the Essex, an ill-fated whaling ship.
winner Ron Howard ("A Beautiful Mind") directs from a script by Rick Jaffa & Amanda Silver ("Rise of the Planet of the Apes") and Charles Leavitt ("Blood Diamond"), based on Nathaniel Philbrick's best-selling novel about the dramatic true journey of the whaling ship Essex.
A NEW exhibition commemorating the 200th anniversary of the Oscar whaling ship tragedy has opened at Aberdeen's Maritime Museum.
Morgan, the world's last wooden whaling ship, has seen it all.
Sandy Island was first recorded by the whaling ship Velocity in 1876 and first mentioned on a British Admiralty chart in 1908.
He tells the story of the wooden-hulled ship through the three phases of its life on the sea: as a merchant ship carrying raw materials and foods between New England, the South, and Europe; as a whaling ship that traveled the world's oceans; and as a Civil War supply ship providing coal and stores for the North Atlantic Blockading Squadron in Beaufort, North Carolina.
A whaling ship, an environmental group's boat and an oil tanker have crashed in the Southern Ocean.
The book charts the 88-year-old's life from when he was child and includes his time when he worked as marine engineer on a whaling ship.
05 Fairyhouse A fictional character in Herman Melville's classic 19th Century American novel Moby Dick, Captain Ahab is the captain of the whaling ship Pequod.
One hundred fifty years after the book's publication, archaeologists have found remains of the Two Brothers, Pollard's whaling ship that sank in 1823 after hitting a reef on an island 600 miles northwest of Honolulu.