sea barge

sea barge

A type of barge-ship that can carry up to 38 loaded barges. It may also carry tugs, stacked causeway sections, various watercraft, or heavy lift equipment to better support joint logistics over-the-shore operations.
Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms. US Department of Defense 2005.
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In the August 14 mission, engines blaze to slow the first stage down as it nears the landing zone (middle), and four slender legs deploy to help it stand (shown below on a sea barge).
TROUBLE AT SEA Barge carrying jet in Co Sligo on Saturday and, inset, Anton Savage
At the Escravos Transfer Station the concentrate will be transferred to a 20,000t ocean going sea barge. A stockpile arrangement (twin storage domes) may be required to ensure that each river barge configuration can be unloaded while the large ocean barge is travelling to the transhipment facility.
Asry's CEO highlighted that Asry's Energy Division was able to complete the construction of the first sea barge to generate power, in line with the serious directives of the Board of Directives to diversify sources of income.
Each structure has been off-loaded at Wallsend from a sea barge.
Seatel is a specially-adapted North Sea barge with a 70 bedroom hotel module offering, what the partners claim is a comfortable, stable platform and high quality, floating accommodation at half the cost of current market alternatives.
Recent site visits indicate predominantly alluvial manganese occurrences in these concessions.Coal Terminals / InfrastructureThe executives visited the Samboja site and met with representatives of the state owned company specialising in sea barge loading facilities.
ONE thousand tonnes of oil threatened to pollute beaches on the Straits of Gibraltar yesterday after a sea barge sank.