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Vessel Monitoring System - National - Uruguay
... Uruguay licenses vessels for Hake Merluccius hubbsi on the continental shelf of the Uruguayan-Argentine Common Fishing Zone in depth more than 50 meters white croaker Micropogonias furnieri and ... Various vessels that fish in international waters ... At present these vessels are fishing in FAO statistical area 41, CCAMLR 88.1 and 48.3, and the Pacific Ocean ...
3rd Ship Flotilla - Equipment - Vessels
... Vessel Origin Type In service Unit Notes Oliver Hazard Perry class United States Frigate 2 Anti-Submarine Unit Kobben class Norway Submarine 4 Submarine Unit Kilo class Soviet Union Submarine 1 ...
Vessels - Music
... Vessels (band), a British post-rock band Vessels (Wolf Cub album), 2006 Vessels (Ivoryline album), 2010 "Vessel", a song by Nine Inch Nails from the album Year Zero ...
National Ensigns
... civil ensign (usage symbol ) is worn by merchant and pleasure vessels ... on recreational boats or ships instead of merchant vessels, differs from the civil ensign ... A state ensign or government ensign (usage symbol ) is worn by government vessels, such as coast guard ships ...

Famous quotes containing the word vessels:

    So near along life’s stream are the fountains of innocence and youth making fertile its sandy margin; and the voyageur will do well to replenish his vessels often at these uncontaminated sources.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    First, there is the power of the Wind, constantly exerted over the globe.... Here is an almost incalculable power at our disposal, yet how trifling the use we make of it! It only serves to turn a few mills, blow a few vessels across the ocean, and a few trivial ends besides. What a poor compliment do we pay to our indefatigable and energetic servant!
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Just as bones, tissues, intestines, and blood vessels are enclosed in a skin that makes it possible to bear the sight of a human being, so the agitations and passions of the soul are wrapped up in vanity: it is the soul’s skin.
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)