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  • Manifold

    A chamber functioning as a connection point for various valves and pipelines.

  • Manipulator

    A remotely-operated work arm.

  • Manned facility

    A facility with permanently-occupied living accommodations, or the one that requires continuous presence of personnel...

  • Manning

    The number of personnel forming the ship crew.

  • Manoeuvrability of the ship, manoeuvring capability of ship

    Manoeuvring characteristics such as turning, yaw-checking, course-keeping and stopping abilities of the ship.

  • Manoeuvring characteristics

    The IMO resolution MSC.137(76) “Standards for Ship Manoeuvrability” identify the following characteristics: Inherent...

  • Manoeuvring criteria

    The manoeuvrability of the conventional ship at full load is considered satisfactory if the following criteria...

  • Manoeuvring Information

    Pilot card, wheelhouse poster and manoeuvring booklet as required by the resolution A.601(15) “Provision and Display...

  • Manoeuvring parameters

    According to IMO resolution MSC.137(76) “Standards for Ship Manoeuvrability” adopted on 4 December 2002.

  • Manoeuvring speed

    A vessel reduced rate of speed in restricted waters such as fairways, harbours, etc.

  • Manoeuvring stations

    Forecastle, stern, pilot boarding station, muster stations.

  • Manoeuvring tests

    The full-scale trials conducted in order to evaluate such performance of a ship as turning, yaw-checking, course-keeping...

  • Margin line

    A line drawn at least 76mm below the upper surface of the bulkhead deck at side, (SOLAS).

  • Margin plate

    The outboard strake of the inner bottom.

  • MARIN

    The Maritime Research Institute Netherlands was founded in 1929 as the Netherlands Ship Model Basin (NSMB) by the...

  • MARIN ARK – THE EVACUATION SYSTEM FROM RFD

    Marine evacuation systems (MES) are provided for the high-speed evacuation of a large number of passengers and...

  • Marine evacuation systems (MES)

    MES is an appliance for the rapid transfer of persons from the embarkation deck of a ship to a floating survival...

  • Marine fuel oils

    Heavy residual fuel oils (HFO) are used in the majority of motor ships. International standard ISO 8217 gives 12...

  • Marine riser

    A large diameter tube, which extends from the blowout preventer on the seabed, to the drilling platform. It is...

  • Maritime industrial Organizations

    A variety of Shipowners associations, trade unions and insurance companies such as: BIMCO and INTERCARGO.

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