crewless

crewless

(ˈkruːlɪs)
adj
with no crew
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So the Reindeer, crewless, lay across the estuary at the sandspit.
From crewless ships to alternative power sources, advances in shipping continue to make headlines around the world.
A crewless sailboat, which had been spotted some 90 miles south of Limassol two weeks ago but not found by a tug-boat dispatched to bring it to the Limassol port, was eventually towed ashore on Monday night, and police are investigating the circumstances under which it came to float in the region, the Cyprus Mail has learnt.
While Musk's tweet made a point, that the Yara Birkeland is not the first crewless ship ever, the specifics have to be noted.
Gerstenmaier said one advantage of a crewless mission is that it will allow more thorough testing, closer to the edge of the capabilities of the spacecraft.
We are lucky, damn lucky, it was a crewless drilling rig which broke free from a tow line in Sunday's storm and not an oil-laden tanker.
5 years after the crewless spacecraft's earth launch.
They stood on the mountainside like the audience in a theater, unable to comprehend the scene: the vanquished were there, but the victors were nowhere to be seem; the victory was unequivocal, but the spoils had not been taken, and the ship lay there by herself, crewless but otherwise intact, riding peacefully at anchor as if protected by a great force of men.
The refugees coming out of Syria, left on crewless boats to sink or swim in the Mediterranean, are also Muslims.
The European Commission, the EU's executive arm, said it was "following closely the events surrounding" the crewless Ezadeen merchant ship which had drifted toward Italy's southern shores with 450 migrants aboard before Italian sailors took control of it Jan 2.
On Wednesday, the navy faced more drama after it stopped another crewless "ghost" ship left drifting in its waters with nearly 800 migrants on board.