a ship designed to hold containerized cargoes.
A vessel that carries containers - characterised by containers being on top of the deck.
Ship designed to take ISO (International Standards Organisation) containers in vertical cells within the ship's holds as well as on the deck. These ships generally rely on infrastructure on the wharf to load and unload the containers.
A ship specially constructed to handle containerized cargo.
Ship that transports containers
Ocean going ship designed to carry containers both internally and on deck. Some are self-sustaining.
A ship specially designed for transporting containers. The holds have vertical cell guides into which containers are lowered to form secure stacks. Containers are also carried on the deck of the ships in stacks, secured by twist locks and lashing rods.
A vessel designed to carry cargo that is pre-packed in large boxes in order to expedite loading and unloading.
A ship specially equipped to transport large freight containers in horizontal, or, more commonly, in vertical container cells. The containers are loaded and unloaded usually automatically by special cranes.
Container ships are cargo ships that carry all of their load in truck-size containers, in a technique called containerization. They form a common means of commercial intermodal freight transport.