Synonyms for seagoing or Related words with seagoing

oceangoing              workboat              berthing              workboats              icebreaking              towboats              tugboat              pipelay              ahts              refloating              tugboats              monohull              towboat              drillship              watergoing              towage              lightering              pipelaying              dockside              trailerable              barges              catamaran              seaworthy              flng              motorboats              seafaring              barge              bilges              osrv              crewing              fpdso              fpsos              tugs              submersibles              weathervaning              trawler              semisubmersibles              warship              icebreaker              hovercraft              rlngc              submarine              coastwise              seaworthiness              oilrigs              beaching              scows              moored              pinnace              sailboat             

Examples of "seagoing"
"Spar" was one of 39 original seagoing buoy tenders built between 1942-1944. All of the seagoing buoy tenders were built in Duluth except .
They were seagoing diesel-electric hydraulic dredging vessels,
From the 60th anniversary Seagoing Cowboys conference brochure:
Seagoing tugs (deep-sea tugs or ocean tugboats) fall into four basic categories:
"SEDCO 135-F" was one of the last seagoing vessels built by VMD.
A 7,000-year-old seagoing reed boat has been found in Kuwait.
Since Greenpeace was founded, seagoing ships have played a vital role in its campaigns.
Seagoing vessels modified or purpose-hansing carry built for the transportation of live animals.
Large seagoing ships are known to have been heavily used by the Egyptians in their trade with the city states of the eastern Mediterranean, especially Byblos (on the coast of modern-day Lebanon), and in several expeditions down the Red Sea to the Land of Punt. In fact one of the earliest Egyptian words for a seagoing ship is a "Byblos Ship", which originally defined a class of Egyptian seagoing ships used on the Byblos run; however, by the end of the Old Kingdom, the term had come to include large seagoing ships, whatever their destination.
Three people died in seagoing accidents related to Tropical Depression 07F, while four others went missing.
Seagoing detachments served aboard the various warships and even on commerce destroyers.
The vessel is seagoing and has all of the essential communication and navigation equipment.
There are 1770 km of waterways in Japan; seagoing craft ply all coastal inland seas.
They carried a crew of 44 and had excellent seagoing abilities with a cruising range of around .
Spruance's seagoing career included command of the destroyers from March 1913 to May 1914, , three other destroyers, and the battleship .
Agar worked hard in this role from November 1940 to July 1941 when he was given a new seagoing command.
Seagoing vessels at Pillar Point Harbor will, on occasion, sell fresh seafood while docked at the piers.
It is likely that a seagoing ship will soon replace the plow in recognition of The Port of Houston.
The docks have recently been restored to create a marina and harbour area for seagoing yachts and motor boats.
Mare Island Naval Shipyard constructed at least eighty-nine seagoing vessels. Among the more important ships & boats built were: