Glossary. P

The Maritime Glossary. Letter P +++ Popular Articles: 'Port', 'Platform', 'Pilot'
P&I Clubs is a shortcut for 'Protection and Indemnity Clubs'.

Deutsch: Pazifischer Ozean / Español: Océano Pacífico / Português: Oceano Pací­fico / Français: Océan Pacifique / Italiano: Oceano Pacifico

The Pacific (Pacific Ocean) is the largest ocean on earth (165.25 million km²). It extends from the Arctic in the north to Antarctica in the south, bounded by Asia and Australia in the west, and the Americas in the east.

PACPLAN is a shortcut for 'Pacific Islands Region Oil Spill Contingency Plan'.

PADS is an abbreviation that can stand for several different things in the maritime context. Here are a few possibilities:

English: PAP
German: PAP is a shortcut for 'Policy Advisory Panel (IALA)'.
English: PAS
German: PAS is a shortcut for 'Pilotage Application System'.

English: Pacific Ocean
German: Der Pazifik (auch Pazifischer Ozean / Stiller Ozean genannt) ist der größte Ozean der Erde.

English: PBC
German: PBC is a shortcut for 'Programme and Budget Committee (WIPO)'.

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