Barge definition

Barge means a vessel that is not self-propelled.
Barge means a vessel that is not self propelled or fitted for propulsion by sail, paddle, oar, or similar device.
Barge means a vessel having a flat-bottomed rectangular hull with sloping ends and built with or without a propulsion engine.

Examples of Barge in a sentence

  • Thus, Plaintiff argues LNA should bear the burden of proving that the allision would still have occurred even if LNA had properly secured the Barge.

  • The main goal of the Emajõgi River Barge Society is to re-introduce such barges.

  • Further, Plaintiff contends that the facts indicate LNA did not handle the Barge with reasonable care because LNA did not ensure that all mooring lines were doubled up prior to the storm.

  • Transfers NAME FROM TO DATE MOSAlidor, Bernard C.Yniestra ElemHallmark Elem 10/25/1010Dennis, Michael S.Washington HighBrown Barge Middle 10/28/1010Hubbard, Hariret J.Hallmark ElemYniestra Elem 11/01/1010Warren, Darzell B.Montclair ElemBibbs Elem 11/01/1010d.

  • Moreover, there is the Royal Barge Procession that the King and royal family would join every year.


More Definitions of Barge

Barge means a flatbottom vessel that is generally unpowered and towed or pushed by other craft.
Barge means a box-shaped vessel propelled by a towboat used to transport goods on waterways.
Barge means a flat-bottomed displacement vessel that is used to carry cargo or as a work platform, whether or not it operates under its own power.
Barge means the marine vessel(s) used by the Physical Supplier to carry out the supply of Marine Fuels to a Vessel.“BDN”means a bunker delivery note or receipt for any Marine Fuels supplied by the Physical Supplier for each separate delivery under a Contract.“Buyer”means the buyer of Marine Fuels named or referred to in the applicable Confirmation.“Confirmation”means the written confirmation note issued by the Seller to the Buyer, setting out the specific details and additional terms of a Contract.“ETA”means the estimated date(s) of arrival of a Vessel at a given location for each delivery, as set out in the applicable Confirmation.“Marine Fuels”means products derived from crude oil, mineral or synthetic lubricating oils or greases, more particularly described in the applicable Confirmation.“Physical Supplier”means the entity carrying out the physical supply of Marine Fuels to a Vessel.“Price Validity Window”means the period commencing one (1) day prior to the earliest date of the Vessel’s ETA and ending one (1) day after the earliest date of the Vessel’s ETA.“Road Vehicle”means the road vehicle used by the Physical Supplier to carry out the supply of Marine Fuels to a Vessel.“Seller”means the Seller of Marine Fuels named in the applicable Confirmation.“Seller Affiliate”means any body corporate owned or controlled by the same ultimate beneficial owner as the Seller.“Vessel”means the marine vessel nominated by the Buyer to receive Marine Fuels delivered by the Physical Supplier, as set out in the applicable Confirmation.
Barge means any combination of tugs and barges with the ability to function as a flotilla or single units.
Barge means a craft—
Barge means a cargo ship not propelled by mechanical means.