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    • Barges

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    • Bulk freighters

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    • Container ships

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    • Galleons

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    • Lists of Empire ships

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    • Lumber ships

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    • Nuclear-powered merchant ships

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    • Tankers

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    • MV Amalthea

    • MV Amalthea (built 1985) is a Moldovan-flagged cargo ship owned by A.C.A. Shipping in Greece. In 2010, Amalthea was chartered by the Gaddafi International Charity and Development Foundation (GICDF), a Libyan charity organization headed by Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, to deliver humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip. Renamed Ho ... Read »


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    • Argosy (word)

    • An argosy is a merchant ship, or a fleet of such ships. As used by Shakespeare (e.g., in King Henry VI, Part 3, Act 2, Scene VI; in the Merchant of Venice, Act 1, Scene I and Scene III; and in The Taming of the Shrew, Act 2, Scene I), the word means a flotilla of merchant ships operating together under the same ownersh ... Read »


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    • MV Avenue Star

    • MV Avenue Star is a 17200DWT bulk cargo ship built in 2008. According to a statement from the United States Attorney for the Middle District of Florida, Yavuz Mogultay was serving onboard Avenue Star as the ship's engineer when he used bypass hoses to shortcut the vessel’s pollution prevention equipment and disch ... Read »


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    • SS Bengore Head

    • SS Bengore Head was a merchant ship that collided with the battleships HMS Vengeance and HMS Revenge on June 13, 1908 in Portsmouth, on the south coast of England. The collision was discussed in Parliament. SS Bengore Head was built by Irvine's Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. Ltd. in West Hartlepoo. The engine was built ... Read »


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    • Cap San Diego

    • Cap San Diego

      MS Cap San Diego is a general cargo ship, situated as a museum ship in Hamburg, Germany. Notable for its elegant silhouette, it was the last of a series of six ships known as the white swans of the South Atlantic, and marked the apex of German-built general cargo ships before the advent of the container ship and the de ... Read »


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    • Carrack

    • A carrack or naus was a three- or four-masted ocean-going sailing ship and was developed in the 14th and 15th centuries in Europe. Carracks were first used for European trade from the Mediterranean to the Baltic. In its most advanced forms, it was used by the Portuguese for trade with the African coast and finally with ... Read »


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    • Carriage of Goods by Sea Act

    • The Carriage of Goods by Sea Act ("COGSA") is a United States statute governing the rights and responsibilities between of cargo and ship-owners regarding ocean shipments to and from the United States. It is the U.S. enactment of the International Convention Regarding Bills of Lading, commonly known as the "Hague Rule ... Read »


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    • Carriage of Goods By Sea Act 1992

    • The Carriage of Goods By Sea Act 1992 is a UK Statute that repeals the Bills of Lading Act 1855 and makes new provisions. The Bills of Lading Act 1855 was commendably brief and proved useful, but as time went by certain defects became apparent. The English courts devised some ways round the problem: in Brandt v Li ... Read »


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    • Enrica Lexie

    • Enrica Lexie

      Enrica Lexie (called Olympic Sky since 2013) is an Italian Aframax oil-tanker. In 2012, the ship was involved in the shooting of two Indian fisherman in the Laccadive Sea. The Enrica Lexie was built in 2008. She was originally owned by Naples-based Dolphin Tankers whose parent company is Fratelli d'Amato. On 15 F ... Read »


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    • Flatiron (ship)

    • A flatiron is a type of coastal trading vessel designed to pass under bridges that have limited clearance. Her mast(s) are hinged or telescopic, her funnel may be hinged, and her wheelhouse may also fold flat. Flatirons were developed in the UK in the latter part of the 19th century. Most were colliers built to bring ... Read »


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    • Gas carrier

    • A gas carrier (or gas tanker) is a ship designed to transport LPG, LNG or liquefied chemical gases in bulk. The seaborne transport of liquefied gases began in 1934 when a major international company put two combined oil/LPG tankers into operation. The ships, basically oil tankers, had been converted by fitting sma ... Read »


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    • MV Karadeniz Powership Zeynep Sultan

    • Karadeniz Powership Zeynep Sultan

      The MV Karadeniz Powership Zeynep Sultan is a Liberia-flagged powership, a floating power plant, owned and operated by the Istanbul based Turkish company Karadeniz Powership Co. Built 1984 by the Valmet Oy Helsingen Telakka in Vuosaari, Helsinki, Finland and christened MV Pavel Antokolsky, she sailed as a barge carrier ... Read »


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    • Lighter aboard ship

    • The lighter aboard ship (LASH) system refers to the practice of loading barges (lighters) aboard a bigger vessel for transport. It was developed in response to a need to transport lighters, a type of unpowered barge, between inland waterways separated by open seas. Lighters are typically towed or pushed around harbors, ... Read »


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