Sea pass

Sea´ pass`


1.A document carried by neutral merchant vessels in time of war, to show their nationality; a sea letter or passport. See Passport.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The most important of those projects are the Little India Company project, which will establish an integrated tourism complex worth OMR288 million, and the Al Wusta Cement Company project." Some 20 per cent of the world's petroleum and 35 per cent of all fuel traded by sea pass through the Strait of Hormuz, which is jointly controlled by Iran and Oman, the latter through its northern governorate of Musandam.
However, Tehran has repeatedly threatened to close the Strait of Hormuz - through which around 35 per cent of the world's oil shipments at sea pass - due to ongoing tensions over its nuclear programme.
The face-recognition system matches photos to the headshot taken of passengers during their pre-boarding registration process and which goes in their Sea Pass ID card.
Through which bodies of water would an oil tanker sailing from Kuwait to the Arabian Sea pass?
Eight bells also rang from nearby Lichfield Cathedral to signify the hope that all future watches at sea pass safely.
Also, with the MC70, guest sea pass cards are scanned to get an accurate count of guests who have been briefed on emergency procedures once on board.
When you insert your sea pass card, the cabin door automatically opens.
The proposed measure would extend to the shipping lanes adjacent to Ushant, marking the point at which ships bound to or from the English Channel and North Sea pass the tip of Brittany.
You are issued with a Sea Pass card to use for all purchases - and then settle with a credit card at the end of the trip.
At the port I was provided with a Sea Pass card which would serve as passport and credit card while onboard.
Investigators described it as a "timewarp resort where brisk walking and staring out to sea pass for the height of excitement."
A third of all oil traded by sea passes through the strait, which is the narrow mouth of the Persian Gulf.