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Marine equipment is an umbrella term for specialized devices used on a ship

Marine equipment includes engines, propulsion systems, steering systems and navigation systems. The term "marine" encompasses all types of watercraft from small dinghies through cruise ships.

Marine equipment also includes radar, sonar and navigation systems; communications gear; lighting; ladders and handrails to provide safe access to vessels; lifeboats (for safety at sea) as well as other safety gear like flares or fire extinguishers which are required by law when traveling beyond national territorial limits into international waters where no formal rescue services are available.

Marine equipment includes lifeboats, personal flotation devices and immersion suits for emergency purposes

The lifeboat is the most important piece of marine equipment. It is a small craft that is used to evacuate passengers and crew from a ship in the event of an emergency: fire, collision, or sinking. Lifeboats are designed to be stable and steady in rough seas; they are equipped with emergency supplies to help passengers survive in the event of a shipwreck (such as food rations and fresh water).

Marine equipment includes engines, propulsion systems and steering systems to control a ship's movement.

Engines are used to propel ships through water. They can be diesel, gas, or steam-powered. A propeller is used to propel ships through water. Propellers can be powered by diesel, gas or steam power. Steering systems are used to control the direction of a ship

Marine equipment includes radar, sonar and navigation systems to detect objects in the water

Radar is a device that uses radio waves to detect objects. The object reflects some of the radio waves back to the radar, which detects them as an image. Radar can be used by ships and airplanes.

Sonar is a device that uses sound waves to detect objects below or above water surfaces. The sonar operator listens through headphones while adjusting knobs on the machine until they hear sounds representing objects under water such as fish or whales; these are called “echoes” because they sound like echoes when listening through headphones. The operator then sends commands to other equipment such as depth finders or oceanographic instruments in order to determine how deep something is or what kind of animal it may be (a whale vs. shark). Sonar can also be used by boats if you have access points near your boat dock at home so you don't have any problems with boats coming too close together near each other when docking/un-docking from docks during storms.

Marine equipment includes communications gear and lighting to help safely navigate a ship.

The most basic parts of marine equipment are navigation lights that allow you to see at night or in bad weather. These include:

  • A red light on top of the mast (called an "All Round Light") that can be seen from all directions;

  • A green light on each side ("Side Lights"), one on each side of the boat; and

  • A white light at the front ("Steaming Light").

Marine equipment includes radios, telephones and intercom systems for onboard communication

  • Radio is used to communicate with other ships, the coast guard and other stations.

  • Telephone is used to communicate with other ships, the coast guard and other stations.

  • Intercom system allows communication between cabins or departments on board a vessel or ship by using an internal telephone network

Marine equipment serves many purposes on board a vessel

The purpose of marine equipment is to keep the crew, ship and its cargo safe from harm. That includes protecting them from each other, as well as protecting the environment around them. There are a lot of different types of marine equipment that can contribute to this goal.

Some pieces of marine equipment will protect individual crew members from others on board or from their surroundings: bulletproof vests, life jackets and helmets all fall under this category. Other pieces protect all members of your crew at once: an emergency medical kit would be an example here--it helps ensure everyone stays healthy enough to continue working if they get hurt in an accident or something like that happens unexpectedly.