ocean-going


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ocean-going

adj
(Nautical Terms) (of a ship, boat, etc) suited for travel on the open ocean
Translations

ocean-going

[ˈəʊʃənˌgəʊɪŋ] ADJ [ship] → transatlántico

ocean-going

[ˈəʊʃnˌgəʊɪŋ] adjd'alto mare
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San Francisco Bay is so large that often its storms are more disastrous to ocean-going craft than is the ocean itself in its violent moments.
At the first meal on the ocean-going steamship out of St.
The Lurlette was a two-hundred-ton, ocean-going schooner-yacht.
Under the scope of the agreement, Sarens intends to develop and operate two transhipment bases (TSB) - one in Finland and one in Bulgaria - where cargo will be offloaded from ocean-going vessels and loaded onto smaller river vessels for delivery to the site in the Caspian Sea.
To improve air quality, ocean-going vessels (OGVs) will have to use low-sulphur fuel while berthing in Hong Kong starting from July 1.
8M nautical miles on the Trust's fleet - a 60m brig, Stavros S Niarchos, four 22m ocean-going Challenger Yachts, a 19m Catamaran and before them, a 60m brig Prince William and two 37m schooners Malcolm Miller and Sir Winston Churchill.
Lines has started a demonstration test of the Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) system installed on the diesel engine used for power generation on an MOL Group-operated ocean-going vessel.
Iran comes one step closer to shipbuilding independence with the launch of its first indigenous ocean-going container ship in the Persian Gulf.
International Resource News-3 May 2010-Brightoil Petroleum takes delivery of second ocean-going oil tanker in Japan(C)2010 ENPublishing - http://www.
AN OCEAN-going yacht, regularly used by British tourists, and its crew have been hijacked by pirates.
Ocean Youth Trust North East is looking for people between 16 and 25 to sail its ocean-going yacht James Cook across the Baltic Sea.
Owing to heavy demands on shipping and aircraft for military and other purposes and the loss of many ocean-going liners on war service, existing priority arrangements for ocean and air passenger travel must be continued and reservations can normally be made only when the proposed journey is in furtherance of the war effort in the Far East or otherwise in the national Interest.