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a place where boats are built or maintained or stored

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They were watched by local residents, 5,000 of whom signed a petition to stop the replacement of Oxford Canal's last public boatyard with restaurants, boat hire facilities and luxury housing.
Volunteers should be over 18 and meet at the boatyard at 9.
Provide public lodging for the boatyard, marina and seaport at Safe Harbor.
Holyhead Boatyard, part of the Holyhead Group, has confirmed plans to reduce costs in order to "right size" the business in light of the current sector difficulties.
Situated in Campbell River, Ocean Pacific Marine is the biggest boatyard on North Vancouver Island, having a total of 30 employees in the Marine Store and the Boatyard.
Nick Spurr of Amble Boatyard, shadow minister Theresa Villiers and Anne-Marie Trevelyan, Conservative parliamen->tary Candidate for Berwick, at Amble's boatyard
Watkin Jones Homes has made a planning application to build 72 homes on the Dickies Boatyard Site and had wanted to create a new entrance from Garth Road.
RIVER CITY hood Lenny Murdoch will need a good lawyer when police dig up two bodies in the boatyard.
FIRE officers were yesterday liaising with police after a fourth North Wales boatyard blaze this year saw eight vessels go up in flames at an Anglesey marina.
Director Chris Odling-Smee, a Swiss businessman, said the success of the firm's existing marina operation - which it has expanded since buying out and renaming Cambrian Marine in January 2007 - and the demand for its new Marine Village retail and boatyard site on Penarth Road which is opening in November, gave the firma strong plat form to expand on - despite the challenging economic conditions.
Nigel Crouch, boss of Richardson's boatyard, said: "We think we know what happened but the police are investigating.
The judging panel of European yachting journalists created the award of 'European Boatyard of the Year' for Beneteau in recognition of the company's commitment to innovation and development.
The 50ft stern trawler Shulamit made a leapfrog launch on March 16, 1970, at Robson's boatyard on Commercial Road in South Shields.
Nikki, who restored the ship after discovering it in a Danish boatyard in 2000, said: ``I just thought it would be a nice way to allow people to enjoy the full tall ship experience.
The walk sets off from the Swan Lane boatyard at 2pm, and there is the opportunity to cruise back along the canal on a boat where refreshments will be available.