Range. Range of ports in which the cargo could be loaded: Le Havre/Hamburg includes those ports and all those in between: Dunkirk, Antwerp, Rotterdam...
A figurative term for a vessel's timbers.
The edge of a top.
1.Registro Italiano NAvale Italian Classification Society.2.Royal Institution of Naval Architects.
The iron ring at the upper end of an anchor, to which the cable is bent.
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Freight ship or ferry with facilities for vehicles to drive on and off (roll-on roll-off); a system of loading and discharging a ship whereby the cargo is driven on and off on ramps. Equipped with large openings at bow and stern and sometimes also in the ...
Cargo which is on wheels, such as truck or trailers, and which can be driven or towed on to a ship.
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In general, cordage as it is purchased at the store. When it comes aboard a vessel and is put to use it becomes line.
A lightly powered or unpowered drum intended solely for rope storage
To haul in on a rope, especially a weather-brace.
Remotely operated vehicle
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1.Russia (flag).2.Russian Maritime Register of Shipping (classification society).3.River Service
(R/T)radio telegraph, telegraphy, telephone
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