blue-water

Translations

blue-water

[ˈbluːˈwɔːtəʳ] ADJ (Naut) [navy, ship] → de altura, pelágico
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In what I am telling you of now--an episode of one of my humdrum holidays in the green country, recalled quite naturally after all the years by our meeting a man who has been a blue-water sailor-- this evening confabulation is a dark, inscrutable spot.
Doris Obeng, 36, who works at Blue-water, said: "B is ordinary water, I don't like it at all.
How many times have you heard the CVIC briefer say, "Mother is working blue-water operations; your primary divert is NAF Western Pacific, bearing 350, degrees for 300 nautical miles.
When conducting true blue-water operations, divert fields are unreachable, even when you have your own tankers.
Bring approach plates, even if you don't think you'll need them during blue-water operations.
The term blue-water operations implies the carrier will keep launching tankers until everyone traps successfully or barricades.
Now you have a feel for some of the routine challenges faced by a daring breed of skin divers known as blue-water hunters.
Blue-water hunters require specialized gear for their specialized sport.
The company's Pac system of optional extras offers customers turnkey yachts direct from the factory, completely outfitted and ready for blue-water cruising.
Duckworth's line of welded aluminum boats includes inboard, outboard and specialty watercraft, ranging from 16 feet to 45 feet, for shallow-draft river-running and deep-V blue-water use, with a full range of fit and finish options.