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    • Gorch Fock-class sailing ships

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    • A-class lifeboat

    • A-class lifeboat may refer to: A series of lifeboats operated by the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI): Boats in this series include: ... Read »


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    • Adventure-class ship

    • The Adventure-class ship was a class of eight 44-gun sailing two-decker warships of the Royal Navy, classed as a fifth rate like a frigate, but carrying two complete decks of guns, a lower battery of 18-pounders and an upper battery of 12-pounders. This enabled the vessel to deliver a broadside of 318 pounds. The clas ... Read »


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    • Algerian amphibious transport dock Kalaat Béni Abbès


    • B-class lifeboat

    • A B-class lifeboat is any of a series of inflatable boats operated by the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI): Boats in this series include: ... Read »


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    • Banterer-class post ship

    • Banterer-class post ship

      The Banterer-class sailing sixth rates were a series of six 22-gun post ships built to an 1805 design by Sir William Rule, which served in the Royal Navy during the Napoleonic War. The first four were launched in 1806 and the remaining two in 1807. One ship – the Banterer – was lost in 1808 and another ... Read »


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    • Bertram-class air-sea rescue boat

    • Bertram-class air-sea rescue boat

      The Bertram class was a two-ship class of air-sea rescue vessels of the Royal Australian Navy. Purchased to replace the old World War II class of 63-foot air-sea rescue vessel, they were found to be unsuitable for the proposed role. The vessels were subsequently employed as harbour personnel carriers and based at HMAS? ... Read »


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    • Big Four (White Star Line)

    • Big Four (White Star Line)

      The Big Four were a quartet of 20,000 ton ocean liners built by Harland & Wolff shipyard for the White Star Line in the early 20th century to be the largest and most luxurious ships afloat. They are listed below in by year they were launched: In 1899, White Star Line commissioned the RMS Oceanic, which exceeded ... Read »


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    • C-class lifeboat

    • C-class lifeboat

      The C-class lifeboat used Zodiac Grand Raid Mark IV's powered by twin 40 hp outboards and was formerly operated by the Royal National Lifeboat Institution of the United Kingdom and Ireland. It was replaced by the D-class (EA16) and B-class (Atlantic 21). ... Read »


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    • Cape class

    • There are multiple classes of vessels known as Cape class: ... Read »


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    • Conway-class post ship

    • Conway-class post ship

      The Conway class sailing sixth rates were a series of ten Royal Navy post ships built to an 1812 design by Sir William Rule. All ten were ordered on 18 January 1812, and nine of these were launched during 1814, at the end of the Napoleonic War; the last (Tees) was delayed and was launched in 1817. These ships were ori ... Read »


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    • Cyrus-class post ship

    • Cyrus-class post ship

      The Cyrus-class sixth rates of the Royal Navy were a series of sixteen post ships built to an 1812 design by Sir William Rule, the Surveyor of the Navy. The first nine ships of the class were launched in 1813 and the remaining seven in 1814. The vessels of the class served at the end of the Napoleonic War. They were bu ... Read »


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    • Finnpusku

    • Finnpusku

      Finnpusku is an integrated tug and barge system owned and operated by ESL Shipping, a Finnish shipping company that specializes in bulk cargo transports in the Baltic Sea. The system was developed in the 1980s by Finnlines, another Finnish shipping company that also managed the vessels until 2003, in co-operation with ... Read »


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    • Iosif Stalin-class passenger ship

    • The Iosif Stalin-class passenger ship was a two-strong class of large turbo-electric powered passenger ships, operated by the Soviet Baltic State Shipping Company (BGMP). The ships were taken over by the Soviet Navy during World War II and used as transport vessels. The class was named after Joseph Stalin. The two Sov ... Read »


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    • Laurel-class post ship

    • Laurel-class post ship

      The Laurel-class sailing sixth rates were a series of six post ships built to an 1805 design by Sir John Henslow. The first three were launched in 1806, two more in 1807, and the last in 1812. The vessels of the class served in the Royal Navy during the Napoleonic War. ... Read »


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    • List of ship classes of World War II

    • The List of ship classes of the World War II is an alphabetical list of all ship classes that served in the World War II. Only actual classes are included as opposed to unique ships (They are still included if they were the only one of a class to be built, e.g.: HMS Hood was planned to be one of the 4 Admiral Class bat ... Read »


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    • Moskvitch-class motorship

    • Moskvitch (Russian: Москвич) (projects 515, 544, 554) is a series of Soviet local sail passenger river ships. The first Moskvich ships were built in 1948 in the Moscow factory of shipbuilding. Moskvich ships did not receive names, only numbers. They were identified by the letter M followed by the ... Read »


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    • Olympic-class ocean liner

    • Olympic-class ocean liner

      Ocean liner The Olympic-class ocean liners were a trio of British ocean liners built by the Harland & Wolff shipyard for the White Star Line during the early 20th century. They were Olympic (1911), Titanic (1912), and Britannic (1915). All three were designed to be the largest and most luxurious passenger ships in the ... Read »


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    • Porcupine-class post ship

    • Porcupine-class post ship

      The Porcupine-class sailing sixth rates were a series of ten 24-gun post ships built to a 1776 design by John Williams, that served in the Royal Navy during the American War Of Independence. Some survived to serve again in the French Revolutionary and the Napoleonic Wars. The first two were launched in 1777. Three were ... Read »


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    • Project 89 Kondor Minesweeper

    • Kondor I class

      Project 89 Kondor Minesweeper, also known as the Kondor class, was a class of minesweepers designed in the German Democratic Republic which was given the NATO designation of "Condor". There were 3 versions, namely, the prototype unit, Project 89.0; the first version, Project 89.1 (NATO designation: Condor I); and the s ... Read »


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    • Project 131 Libelle Torpedo Boat

    • Project 131 Libelle Torpedo Boat

      Project 131 Libelle Torpedo boat, also known as the Libelle Klasse (German for "Dragonfly Class"), was a class of torpedo boats designed, build and used by the German Democratic Republic during the Cold War. The Libelle class was based on a welded metal hull, housing a fuel tank and a total of three soviet M-50F4 ... Read »


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    • Roebuck-class ship

    • Roebuck-class ship

      The Roebuck class ship was a class of twenty 44-gun sailing two-decker warships of the Royal Navy. The class carried two complete decks of guns, a lower battery of 18-pounders and an upper battery of 9-pounders. This battery enabled the vessel to deliver a broadside of 285 pounds. Most were constructed for service duri ... Read »


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    • SA-15 (ship)

    • SA-15 (ship)

      SA-15 is the project name for a series of icebreaking multipurpose cargo ships built in Finland for the Soviet Union in the 1980s. The ships, capable of independent operation in all prevailing arctic ice conditions, were the first merchant vessels designed for year-round operations in the Northern Sea Route. For this p ... Read »


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    • Ship class

    • A ship class is a group of ships of a similar design. This is distinct from a ship type, which might reflect a similarity of tonnage or intended use. For example, USS Carl Vinson is a nuclear aircraft carrier (ship type) of the Nimitz class (ship class). In the course of building a class of ships, design changes ... Read »


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    • Sister ship

    • A sister ship is a ship of the same class as or of virtually identical design to another ship. Such vessels share a nearly identical hull and superstructure layout, similar displacement, and roughly comparable features and equipment. Often, sisters become more differentiated during their service as their equipment (in ... Read »


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    • Sphinx-class post ship

    • Sphinx-class post ship

      The Sphinx-class sailing sixth rates were a series of ten post ships built to a 1773 design by John Williams. Although smaller than true frigates, post ships were often referred to incorrectly as frigates by sea officers, but not by the Admiralty or Navy Board. The first vessel in the class was launched in 1775, six m ... Read »


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    • Valemax

    • Valemax

      Valemax ships are a fleet of very large ore carriers (VLOC) owned or chartered by the Brazilian mining company Vale S.A. to carry iron ore from Brazil to European and Asian ports. With a capacity ranging from 380,000 to 400,000 tons deadweight, the vessels meet the Chinamax standard of ship measurements for limits on d ... Read »


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