Editor, Journal of Maritime Law and Commerce, 1980–90.
The many attractions here include the Maritime Museum, U.S.S.
They are the core of a maritime cluster, without which it will eventually dissipate.”
Aleixendri has always worked in sectors where women are underrepresented, including in the maritime sector.
Salem Maritime National Historic Site, 1938, in Salem, Massachusetts.
Rome did not become a maritime power until the Punic wars of the 3rd century bc.
For hundreds of years, Greenwich was at the heart of maritime Britain – for commerce, travel and naval interests.
Great Britain and the United States were once the only maritime countries that refused to admit the principle of limitation as part of the general maritime law.
Cutting those grants could have undermined the American maritime industry at the same time her family’s company was receiving support from the Chinese maritime industry.
With wide views looking out over San Francisco Bay, the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park is the perfect place to revisit the maritime past of the West Coast.
The air masses of relevance to the African climate may be broadly classified as maritime tropical, maritime equatorial, continental tropical, maritime polar, and continental polar.
Joint operations included "air defense exercises, tactical maneuvering drills, simulated long-range maritime strike scenarios, and coordinated air and surface exercises to maintain combat readiness and maritime superiority," the US Navy said in a statement.
Maritime liens can arise not only when the personified ship is charged with a maritime tort, such as a negligent collision or personal injury, but also for salvage services, for general average contributions, and for breach of certain maritime contracts.
Since January, when the coronavirus epidemic began to surge, the Chinese government and Coast Guard ships, along with maritime militias, have been plying contested waters in the South China Sea, tangling with regional maritime enforcement agencies and harassing fishermen.
Articles in Chinese state journals, while noting the importance of stability, have said the Atlantic "has great significance for the future of Chinese maritime strategy" and have called for a strategy to "break the American maritime blockade and develop China's maritime 'external line.'"
The southern half of the continent is characterized by the subtropical maritime Pacific air mass, off the southwestern United States; the tropical continental mass, over the intermontane basins of the Cordilleras from Utah southward; and the maritime tropical, centred in the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean.
The most important of the group of attractions known (since the Queen's Diamond Jubilee in 2012) as the Royal Museums Greenwich, the National Maritime Museum is the world's largest maritime museum, a huge store of creatively organised maritime art, cartography, models, interactives and regalia.
International Maritime Organization (IMO), formerly (1948–82) Inter-governmental Maritime Consultative Organization, United Nations (UN) specialized agency created to develop international treaties and other mechanisms on maritime safety; to discourage discriminatory and restrictive practices in international trade and unfair practices by shipping concerns; and to reduce maritime pollution.
Other schools for officers include the California Maritime Academy (part of the California State University system) in Vallejo, California; the Maine Maritime Academy in Castine, Maine; the Massachusetts Maritime Academy in Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts; the State University of New York Maritime College in Fort Schuyler, New York; and the Texas A&M Maritime Academy in Galveston, Texas.
Less hot than the continental tropical are the maritime tropical and maritime equatorial air masses, which originate from the Indian and South Atlantic oceans, respectively; they differ only in that the maritime equatorial air mass is unstable and brings rain while the maritime tropical air mass, when fully developed, is stable and does not normally bring rain unless it is forced to rise by a high mountain.
- relating to or involving ships or shipping or navigation or seamen
- bordering on or living or characteristic of those near the sea
Example: a maritime province
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Less hot than the continental tropical are the maritime tropical and maritime equatorial air masses which originate from the Indian and South Atlantic oceans respectively they differ only in that the maritime equatorial air mass is unstable and brings rain while the maritime tropical air mass when fully developed is stable and does not normally bring rain unless it is forced to rise by a high mountain