Recent Examples of shipyard from the Web
The first ship in development for the start-up cruise line will be for adults only, president and CEO Tom McAlpin revealed Tuesday during an event at the shipyard in Italy that is building it.
Ingalls Shipbuilding, the Mississippi coast's largest industrial employer, announced Friday that only a skeleton crew of necessary employees would work Saturday and Sunday at the Pascagoula shipyard.
Ed Washington was 7 years old when his family moved from Birmingham, Alabama, so that his father could work in the shipyards.
And the remaining shipyards have an aging workforce, with many facilities kept in business only by military contracts.
The shipyard was struggling this spring to keep up with the demanding schedule Hornblower had set for finishing the fleet, Mr. Beaver said.
That would be Rosie the Riveter, the inspirational symbol of women who worked in this country’s shipyards and factories during World War II.
In 2014, the steamboat was sent to the museum's shipyard to undergo a full restoration from the bottom up, with workers adding new planks to the deck and hull of the vessel.
Niarchos tried to outdo him by building the country's first shipyard.
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Definition of shipyard for English Language Learners
: a place where ships are built or repaired
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