sister ship


Also found in: Dictionary, Wikipedia.
Graphic Thesaurus  🔍
Display ON
Animation ON
Legend
Synonym
Antonym
Related
  • noun

Words related to sister ship

a ship that is one of two or more similar ships built at the same time

Related Words

References in periodicals archive ?
In four years' time when her sister ship is launched, adding an additional 22 per cent capacity, we will see an even greater rise in the popularity of cruising across all demographics and all age ranges including both Millennials and Generation Xers.
The adventure-packed beauty joins Oasis class sister ships Oasis of the Seas and Allure of the Seas home porting on the east coast of Florida.
The Titanic's sister ship, Olympic, at Jarrow for break-up, 1935
Carl Spencer's Cobra car which is being sold Deep Sea diver Carl Spencer who died, who died diving Titanic's sister ship
Her sister ship the Lusitania, built on the Clyde, was not quite as fast.
The Liverpool Bridge - later to become the ill-fated Derbyshire, sister ship of the the Furness Bridge, making her way under the Transporter Bridge after her launch in 1976 ?
She is the first of a pair of new ships coming into service for P&O Ferries on the Dover-Calais route this year, with sister ship Spirit of France due for delivery in September.
The company has reported that the Nieuw Amsterdam staterooms will reflect contemporary motifs and classic themes like its sister ship, the ms Eurodam.
Ruby Princess is a sister ship to Emerald Princess.
The owner, Royal Caribbean, is to use the ship in the lucrative American and Caribbean market, but an identical sister ship, Independence of the Seas, is to be launched next year and will be based next summer in Southampton.
The new ships and options include a 2,044-passenger/86,000-gross-register-ton Panamax ship, the largest ever constructed for Holland America, with an estimated all-in cost of $450 million; the vessel is expected to enter service in summer 2008 (there is also an option for a sister ship scheduled to debut in spring 2010).
The vessel - a sister ship of the Exy Johnson - was completed in 2003.
Perhaps shaken by the "perfect storm" that had made her famous (she features in Sebastian Junger's book about that calamity), and that had claimed the lives of all aboard the Andrea Gail, the Hannah Boden's sister ship, Greenlaw returned to the tiny island near Bar Harbor, Maine where her family had lived for generations to move in with her parents and start life anew.
Although the new carrier would be a Charles de Gaulle sister ship, a decision still has to be made regarding her propulsion type (nuclear or conventional); furthermore, she may may end up not being a CdG sister ship but rather more a "cousin ship" if France manages to agree on a partnership with Great Britain whose BAE Systems is set to launch two new 50,000-tonne carriers.
Keewatin and its sister ship the Assinibola sailed between Port Arthur/Fort William (Thunder Bay) and Port McNicholl on Georgian Bay for 58 years from 1907 to 1965.