Catamaran vs Bargeship - What's the difference?

catamaran | bargeship |



(en noun)
  • A raft consisting of two or more logs tied together.
  • A raft used on the St Lawrence River by lashing two ships together.
  • A small rectangular raft used in dockyards to protect the hulls of large ships.
  • A twin-hulled ship or boat
  • (colloquial) A quarrelsome woman; a scold.
  • Derived terms

    * cat (diminutive)

    Coordinate terms

    * monohull * multihull * outrigger canoe * twinhull


    Not English

    Bargeship has no English definition. It may be misspelled.