Glossary. O

The Maritime Glossary. Letter O +++ 'OCIMF', 'OWFCV', 'Ocean'

English: OBO is a shortcut for 'Oil/Bulk/Ore' and describes a multipurpose bulkcarrier who can transport either dry or liquid bulk. 

German: Das ore, bulk und oil ist eine Mehrzweck-Bulkcarrier, der Erz, Schüttgut und Öl transportieren kann. Er fährt also entweder Trocken- oder flüssige Fracht.

An ocean (from Ancient Greek Okeanos) is a body of saline water that composes a large part of a planet's hydrosphere. In the context of Earth, it refers to one or all of the major divisions of the planet's World Ocean they are, in descending order of area, the Pacific, Atlantic, Indian, Southern (Antarctic), and Arctic Oceans.

OCIMF is a shortcut for 'Oil Companies International Marine Forum'.
English: OCS
German: OCS is a shortcut for 'Offshore Constitutional Settlement'.
English: ODAS
German: ODAS is a shortcut for 'Ocean Data Acquisition Systems'.
English: ODM
German: - ODM : is a shortcut for 'Oil Discharge Monitoring'.
English: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
German: English: Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
German: OECD is a shortcut for 'Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development'.
OFE is a shortcut for 'Oil Filtering Equipment'.

Deutsch: Offshore / Português: Offshore / Français: Offshore / Italiano: Offshore

In the maritime context, "offshore" generally refers to activities, structures, or locations that are situated at a distance from the shoreline, typically in deeper waters.

OGO is a shortcut for 'Office of Government Online'.