- Seakeeping ability
is a measure
of how well-suited a watercraft
is to conditions
when underway. A ship or boat which
has good seakeeping...
is a concept
that runs through maritime
law in at least
relationships. In a marine insurance voyage
policy, the ****ured...
- USS Siren
(1862) was the 214-ton wooden-hulled, stern-wheel steamer White
in 1862 that the Union
in 1864. The Navy out****ed...
- The New Zealand Maritime Museum
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is a maritime museum
in Auckland, New Zealand. It is located
- one of the prin****l sponsors
of Drake's world
voyage. A full-sized, seaworthy reconstruction exists
in London, on the south
bank of the Thames. Queen...
for the safe and efficient operation
of the ship—including its seaworthiness
and security, cargo
operations, navigation, crew management...
- ship to be seaworthy
only "before and at the beginning" of the voyage, under
the Rotterdam Rules
will have to keep the ship seaworthy
2007. The purpose
of the voyage
was to test and do****ent the seaworthiness
, speed, and manoeuvrability
of the ship on the rough
open sea and in...
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bow of a Severn
- over the seaworthiness
capabilities, said simply, "I have given
in the plans
of the Spray
of such a ship as I should