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.
An Oryx 379 luxury Sports Cruiser, Nomad 95 SUV and Nomad 75 SUV ocean-going long-range yachts, and a Majesty luxury superyacht will all be featured at Cannes.
The results revealed significant findings and MPLX implemented an economic speed for all ocean-going vessels.
Instead, MV Werften will solely construct the 10 new ships--including the 3 new ocean-going cruise vessels--with Lloyd to focus on obtaining repair and conversion contracts, and on building mega yachts.
Taken together, these modular units will remove water, mercury, carbon dioxide and sulfur from 1.6 billion standard cubic feet per day of natural gas so it can be liquefied and safely transported to customers on ocean-going vessels.
Previously, he and fellow Harvard academic Manasvi Lingam, have speculated FRBs could be caused by an energy source powering interstellar spaceships that are 20 times bigger than the largest ocean-going cruise ship ever built.
Major new requirements on the construction and survey of ships cover regulations of ships using low-flashpoint fuels, specific construction requirements for oil tankers and bulk carriers, and the keeping of construction drawings of ocean-going vessels on board and ashore.
Dubai International Marine Club (DIMC) at Mina Seyahi is hosting an exciting series of ocean-going races, and the latest edition of the eight-month long winter racing season is the thrilling finale to the rowing race season.
The DG who stated this when he addressed a group of NSDP beneficiaries who came to the head office of the Agency to express concerns over the certainty of them getting the sea-time training, noted that NIMASA is doing all it can to ensure all those who graduated in the scheme are duly enrolled on ocean-going vessels within the shortest possible time.
There are 13 major global P&I clubs, of which six are regulated in Britain and are estimated to account for over half the total market share of an industry that insures about 90 percent of the world's ocean-going tonnage.