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    • Ship

    • A ship is a large buoyant watercraft. Ships are generally distinguished from boats based on size, shape and cargo or passenger capacity. Ships are used on lakes, seas, rivers, and oceans for a variety of activities, such as the transport of people or goods, fishing, entertainment, public safety, and warfare. Historical ... Read »


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    • Airbag launching

    • Airbag launching refers to a method to launch vessels with marine air bags. It a methodology for ship launching utilizing air bags. The Xiao Qinghe shipyard launched a tank barge with marine airbags on January 20, 1981 and it is known as the first use of marine airbags. This kind ship launching method has the advan ... Read »


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    • City at sea

    • A city at sea is an idea that a large ship can serve as a city. Various types of ships resemble walking cities in function and in scope. Seacraft are the largest vehicles ever built by humans, and the only ones that have reached a scale compatible with Ron Herron's original concept of walking cities. Aircraft carrier ... Read »


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    • CNG carrier

    • Compressed natural gas (CNG) carrier ships are designed for transportation of natural gas under high pressure. CNG carrier technology relies on high pressure, typically over 200 bar (2900 psi), to increase the density of the gas. Full scale CNG carriers are under development. Whether CNG carriers may find their plac ... Read »


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    • Five Stars Fujian

    • Five Stars Fujian is a bulk carrier launched in 2009. Since May 2016 it has been stranded off Gladstone in Queensland, Australia. It is carrying $40 AUD of coal and the crew of the ship lack food, fuel and wages for the return to China. ... Read »


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    • Floating sheerleg

    • A floating sheerleg or simply sheerleg is a floating water vessel with a crane (the "sheerleg" itself), which, unlike a crane vessel, is not capable of rotating its crane independently of its hull. There is a huge variety in sheerleg capacity. The smaller cranes start around 50 tons in lifting capacity, with the large ... Read »


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    • 1:500 scale

    • 1:500 scale is a scale mainly used by Europeans for pre-finished die-cast airliner models, such as German manufacturer Herpa. This scale is also used by Japanese model kit manufacturer Bandai, Nichimo Company Ltd. and Fujimi Mokei for ship and Sci-Fiction model kits. During World War II, H.A. Framburg and Company ... Read »


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    • 1:700 scale

    • 1:700 scale is a widely popular scale mainly used by Japanese ship model kit manufacturers, such as Aoshima, Tamiya, Hasegawa, Fujimi and Pit-Road Manufacturers such as Airfix, Renwal, and Heller were producing ship models in various scales, ranging from 1/400 to 1/600 scale. Airfix began producing constant scale ... Read »


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    • Half hull model ship

    • A half hull model ship (also known as a "half hull" or "half ship") is a wooden model ship featuring only one half of a boat's hull without rigging or other fixtures. Prior to the twentieth century, half hull model ships were constructed by shipwrights as a means of planning a ship's design and sheer and ensuring ... Read »


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    • Ship model

    • Ship models or model ships are scale models of ships. They can range in size from 1/6000 scale wargaming miniatures to large vessels capable of holding people. Ship modeling is a craft as old as shipbuilding itself, stretching back to ancient times when water transport was first developed. Ancient ship and boat m ... Read »


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    • Wooden ship model

    • Wooden ship models or wooden model ships are scale representations of ships, constructed mainly of wood. This type of model has been built for over two thousand years. There are five basic types of construction used in building a wooden ship model hull: Instead of using plans made specifically for models, many mo ... Read »


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    • Moravian Church Mission Ships

    • The Moravian Church Mission Ships were a series of twelve ships (five named Harmony) that made an annual voyage from London to the Moravian Church mission stations in Labrador every summer for the 156 years between 1770 and 1926. The purpose of the voyages was to supply provisions to the church's mission stations in La ... Read »


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    • Powership

    • A powership (or power ship) is a special purpose ship, on which a power plant is installed to serve as a power generation resource. A powership is an existing ship that has been modified for power generation, a marine vessel, on which a power plant is installed to serve as a power generation resource. Converted from e ... Read »


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    • Q-Flex

    • Q-Flex is a type of ship, specifically a membrane type liquefied natural gas carrier. Q-Flex vessels are propelled by two slow speed diesel engines, which are claimed to be more efficient and environmentally friendly than traditional steam turbines. Q-Flex carriers are equipped with an on-board re-liquefaction sys ... Read »


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    • Relieving tackle

    • Relieving tackle is tackle employing one or more lines attached to a vessel's steering mechanism, to assist or substitute for the whipstaff or ship's wheel in steering the craft. This enabled the helmsman to maintain control in heavy weather, when the rudder is under more stress and requires greater effort to handle, a ... Read »


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    • Ship camouflage

    • Ship camouflage is a form of military deception in which a ship is painted in one or more colors in order to obscure or confuse an enemy's visual observation. Several types of marine camouflage have been used or prototyped: blending or crypsis, in which a paint scheme attempts to hide a ship from view; deception, in wh ... 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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    • STUFT

    • A STUFT (acronym for ship taken up from trade) is a civilian ship requisitioned for government use. The Falklands War of 1982 saw a diversity of ships taken up from trade, including tankers with potable water (see British logistics in the Falklands War) and fuels, freighters carrying food and munitions, and luxury lin ... Read »


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    • Votive ship

    • A votive ship, sometimes called a church ship, is a ship model displayed in a church. As a rule, votive ships are constructed and given as gifts to the church by seamen and ship builders. Votive ships are relatively common in churches in the Scandinavian countries Denmark,Sweden, Norway and Finland, as well as on Ål ... Read »


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    • World War II US Navy dazzle camouflage measures 31, 32 and 33: aircraft carriers

    • Dazzle camouflage of warships was adopted by the U.S. Navy during World War II, following research at the Naval Research Laboratory. Dazzle consists in painting obtrusive patterns on vertical surfaces. Unlike some other forms of camouflage, dazzle works not by offering concealment but by making it difficult to estimate ... Read »


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    • World War II US Navy dazzle camouflage measures 31, 32 and 33: battleships

    • Dazzle camouflage of warships was adopted by the U.S. Navy during World War II, following research at the Naval Research Laboratory. Dazzle consists in painting obtrusive patterns on vertical surfaces. Unlike some other forms of camouflage, dazzle works not by offering concealment but by making it difficult to estimate ... Read »


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    • World War II US Navy dazzle camouflage measures 31, 32 and 33: cruisers

    • Dazzle camouflage of warships was adopted by the U.S. Navy during World War II, following research at the Naval Research Laboratory. Dazzle consists in painting obtrusive patterns on vertical surfaces. Unlike some other forms of camouflage, dazzle works not by offering concealment but by making it difficult to estimate ... Read »


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    • World War II US Navy dazzle camouflage measures 31, 32 and 33: destroyers

    • Dazzle camouflage of warships was adopted by the U.S. Navy during World War II, following research at the Naval Research Laboratory. Dazzle consists in painting obtrusive patterns on vertical surfaces. Unlike some other forms of camouflage, dazzle works not by offering concealment but by making it difficult to estimate ... Read »


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