Goods lost by shipwreck, and floating on the sea; -- in distinction from jetsam or jetson.
The floating wreckage of a vessel or its cargo.
Floating goods lost by shipwreck or thrown overboard.
Anything floating in the water from which there is no response when an offer of a cocktail is made.
Any part of the wreckage of a ship or her cargo which is found floating on the surface of the sea. It was originally in Britain a part of the prerequisites of the Lord High Admiral, but is today considered as derelict property and goes to the finder or salvor. To be flotsam, however, it must be floating and not on the bottom of the sea, when other questions of ownership arise.
Floating wreckage of a vessel or its cargo. See " Jetsam" and " Lagan."
the floating wreckage of a ship
wreckage or discarded material e.g. garbage, found floating on the surface of the sea or washed up on the beach.
any "stuff" floating - trees, driftwood, wreckage, etc.
Flotsam is a term for floating remnants of a shipwreck.
goods and ships gear that remain afloat after shipwreck
Floating debris or wreckage of a ship and its cargo.
Floating ship and cargo wreckage. See also jetsam
Goods lost from a ship which has sunk or otherwise perished which are recoverable by reason of their remaining afloat.
Goods lost from a vessel which remains afloat.
Debris floating on the water surface.
Wreckage or cargo that remains afloat after a ship has sunk. Floating refuse or debris.