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RESEARCH VESSEL ------------------------------------------------- NOAAS Ronald H Brown. A research vessel (RV or R/V) isship designed and equipped to carry out research at sea. Research vessels carry out a number of roles. Some of these roles can be combined into a single vessel, others require a dedicated vessel. Due to the demanding nature of the work, research vessels are often constructed around an icebreaker hull, allowing them to operate in polar waters. DREDGER The Geopotes...

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Silver Ship

Recommendations for Silver Ships to gain a competitive advantage in the Military and Workboat Industry 1. Focus on the Gulf of Mexico a. As stated in Exhibit 4, Silver Ships has had quite a few buyers focused around the Gulf of Mexico. b. Alabama is in the middle of the US shoreline for the Gulf of Mexico. c. Silver Ships can use the International Workboat Show stated in Exhibit 3 to draw more customers from all around the Gulf. i. They have already have had previous...

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Gl Ship Manager

challenge of optimal ship operations Managing a fleet of vessels has always been a challenge, and one that has become even more complex today. With competitive pressure growing and overcapacity occurring in parts of the market, ship managers need to maximise uptime and ensure that ships are well-maintained while at the same time minimising inspection and maintenance efforts, keeping costs of spare parts and repairs down, and complying with all rules and regulations. Experienced ship managers know it's...

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Piracy and Ship Black Beard

together. For many years the hunt for the infamous Blackbeard’s treasure has evoked hundreds of people to go on wild goose chases to be the one to discover it. Blackbeard captained the ship “Queen Anne’s Revenge” and when archaeologists discover a sunken ship off the coast of North Carolina believed to be the very ship many questions are answered while others rise from the depths. ...

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Ship and Harbor Bridge Operator

Behavin's ship keeper, Odd A Sea's ship keeper, Sea Duction, U.S. Coast Guard, the Ice Harbor Bridge operator, two injured civilians, and all damaged buildings. Evidence was presented to determine who has what claims. The ship Miss Behavin was not properly anchored. The marina's mooring shore anchor for the ship Miss Behavin was improperly constructed and maintained. Therefore, once the ice caused immense pressure onto the ropes and mooring shore anchor, the anchor gave way and the ship began to drift...

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sunken ship part 2

 Suffering Ship Part 2: Sick as Dogs, Trapped like Rats PHL/251 March 17, 2014 Professor Robert King Suffering Ship Part 2: Sick as Dogs, Trapped like Rats So we still have 412 passenger and crew, including 50 kids. The Bird Flu has hit the Shakelton’s ship along with its failing engine. It is going to take 10 man hours to fix, and 8 days to get to a decent port for more help and medications. Just outside of helicopter range, aircraft drop is just at least a day away, it is...

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What is anchoring of ships?

What is anchoring of ships? An anchor is a large object that is shaped in such a way that when it sits on the ocean or harbour floor and is pulled by the ship it will dig into the mud/sand and stop the ship from moving further. Most ships have two anchors, one on each side of the bow (front). Oil drilling rigs have 8 anchors. The anchor can only be used in water that is only so deep as it depends on the length of the anchor line or chain. An anchor will not keep a ship "stable" as I think you...

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Cruise Ship

to take a trip just to slow down and enjoy. Cruise ship will provide them the opportunity to relax and discover. For this very reason the market growth will increase and consumers will rediscover the joy of traveling and vacations. SWOT ANALYSIS  CRUISE LINE STRENGTHS:  Long port stays  Imaginative and stunning itineraries  Superb golf, full size tennis court and sports facilities  Worlds ‘Greenest’ Cruise Ship  CRUISE SHIP STRENGTHS:  Loyal Cooperative  Adaptability ...

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Ship Burial at Sutton Hoo

remains of a warrior's helmet. 2. What was the burial ship? What were some items found in the excavation? Ship burial or boat grave is a burial where a ship or boat is used as a container for the dead and the grave goods. It also used as a part of the grave goods itself. If the ship is very small, it is called a boat grave. There were lots of items established in the excavation. In the burial site there were 41 items of solid gold. The ship also contained 37 coins, three unstuck coin blanks, and...

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The Pollution Caused by Cruise Ships

Caused by Cruise Ships James Tapp Business Ethics, BUAD 5304 Cruise ships and the industry as a whole are vital to the economic stability of the local port cities in which they dock at daily. These ships carry up to 3,000 passengers who spend enormous amounts of money at tourist locations around the world. It is estimated that millions of dollars are generated and placed into the tourism markets annually. This is great news for local communities that depend on the cruise ship industry in order...

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