dockage


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a fee charged for a vessel to use a dock

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landing in a harbor next to a pier where ships are loaded and unloaded or repaired

the act of securing an arriving vessel with ropes

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2010), who assessed the spatial association of marine dockage with land-borne infestations of Coptotermes species in southeastern Florida.
The purpose of this Request for Proposal (RFP) is to solicit for services from qualified firms and/or individuals to provide a web-based reservation management system for transient dockage at the Town of Palm Beach Docks.
The Vessel Dockage Waiver Program requires the vessel operator to slow down within 40 nautical miles of the port.
Located on Kings Bay with dockage and boat ramp, plus golf for the landlubbers
They had great dockage and were living the boating lifestyle with jet skis and the works.
It can be less expensive to own a larger boat in a partnership than to own a smaller one by yourself," says Abernathy, who says his first boat, Noe, swallowed $9,000 a year in maintenance, insurance, and dockage fees.
The Moorings 4600 is also available for purchase through The Moorings Advantage Yacht Ownership Program, with attractive guaranteed revenues, up to nine weeks sailing time each year and no operating costs to worry about, because The Moorings takes care of all the maintenance and expenses, including dockage and insurance.
It's set on Bayou Nettie, with a dramatic infinity-edge pool, outdoor kitchen and deep-water dockage.
We are at a point where we are running out of space for the seasonal dockage, so we do need to improve on that.
Retail space covering 9,500 SF offers amenities such as a ground-floor restaurant with a 650 SF covered veranda, ocean-access dockage area, and a pedestrian colonnade for strolling, shopping, and dining.
When completed, almost all of the infrastructure and services will be upgraded and the main dockage area will be double the size.
Revenue from these tenants, in the form of rents and charges for port activities, such as dockage and wharfage, provide a stable revenue stream.
There is also) the potential dockage capacity to accommodate the cruise liner industry.
Fort Lauderdale is considered the yachting capital of the world, and for over 50 years the resort's 40-acre Yachting Center has been the ultimate home for the world's finest yachts and the most demanding yachtsmen, consisting of 255 floating slips, more than four miles of state-of-the-art dockage, and 100 mega-yacht berths, more than any other marina in Florida, accommodating vessels up to 250 feet.
Positioned on Great Exuma, Bahamas; just minutes north of Georgetown, the marina dockage system comprises of fixed and Bellingham floating concrete docks with a high-speed fueling dock and single / three phase power options.