Freedom of the seas

Freedom of the seas,

Definition of Freedom of the seas:

  1. The right of merchant ships to move freely on the seas in peace or war without interference except in territorial zones.

  2. Right of all states, in times of war and peace, to use non-territorial waters for fishing, laying of submarine cable or pipeline, navigation, overflight, scientific research, etc.

How to use Freedom of the seas in a sentence?

  1. The establishment of rules that preserve access for all remains as much a public good today as in the 19th century, even though some of the issues are more complex and difficult than freedom of the seas.

Meaning of Freedom of the seas & Freedom of the seas Definition