chandlery

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  • noun

Words related to chandlery

candles and other commodities sold by a chandler

a storeroom where candles are kept

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Waterfronts are primary areas for investment because they benefit the local economy as many businesses rely on harbour sides for their trade such as chandleries, operators, boatyards, marinas, service agents, fuel retailers, brokerages and boat manufacturers.
95 it is the most cost-effective system on the market and can be purchased either direct from the RYA (Royal Yachting Association) or chandleries nationwide.
Scrap Clothing, in Slater Street, designs a range of goods for extreme sports enthusiasts, including fashionable marine wear which is stocked in dedicated shops from yacht chandleries and surf shops to trendy London fashion stores.
Built in 1927--funded in part by a $200,000 donation by yeast-company heir Max Fleischmann--it now houses seafood restaurants, a seafood market, chandleries, a sailmaker's shop, even a dive shop that rents underwater gear.
The canal terminal has a giant marina, several docks and chandleries to meet the needs of boaters from all over Britain.