Glossary. C

The Maritime Glossary. Letter C +++ 'Case', 'Carrier', 'Collision'
English: C
German: English: C
German: C is a shortcut for 'Council'.
C/ES is a shortcut for 'Extraordinary Council meeting'.

C/S is a shortcut for --->Call Sign.

English: CA
German: CA is a shortcut for 'Certified Agreement'.
English: Cai
German: CAI is a shortcut for 'Confederation of Australian Industry'.

call sign is a unique designation for a transmitting station In broadcasting radio communications. A call sign can be formally assigned by a government agency, informally adopted by individuals or organizations, or even cryptographically encoded to disguise a station's identity.

In the maritime context, a "carrier" refers to a type of vessel that is specifically designed and used for the transportation of goods, cargo, or passengers. Carriers play a crucial role in facilitating international trade, commerce, and travel by sea. They come in various forms and sizes, each with its own capabilities and specialized functions.

English: CAS
German: CAS is a shortcut for 'Condition Assessment Scheme'.
English: CASA
German: CASA is a shortcut for 'Civil Aviation Safety Authority'.

In the maritime context, the term 'case' can have different meanings depending on the specific context. Here are a few examples of how 'case' is used in relation to maritime activities:

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