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Explanation: I presume we're talking about seaplanes meant for hangar decks ( that's the only kind of ship that can take planes I can think of). Context should indicate if this is the case. Also I'd go for seaplane, which has an enormous number of google hits
Explanation: Io direi solo così. Se si parla di aerei moderni, sono appositamente costruiti per stare sulle navi, Il termine navale ha poco senso, visto che sono a bordo delle navi.
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Explanation: Without the full context (i.e. is it military?), you cannot be exact, but...Only aircraft carriers have aeroplanes on them (more than one), and in this instance I take navale to mean naval rather than marine or sea. Imbarcati means they are on the ship and not on land, where they could also operate.