moorage


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Related to moorage: sheet anchor, bower anchor
  • noun

Synonyms for moorage

a fee for mooring

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a place where a craft can be made fast

the act of securing an arriving vessel with ropes

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Harbor Loop Gate 7, $184,000 for replacement of timber on floating moorage system.
There's steady 15- to 20-knot trade winds, ample moorage, a community of yachtsmen and huge yachting supply stores, and you're talking about a sailing Mecca.
Boating and Moorage in the 90s: Proceedings of a Conference, October 19-21, Everett, Wash.
BULLETIN BOARD: DNOB) , a specialized provider of integrated voice, data, and video services to businesses, multi-family properties, and consumers in underserved markets, announced today that it has entered into a five year contract with the Port of Bremerton to deliver high-speed wireless connectivity to the Port's facilities and customers, including an eventual 548 permanent moorage slips, 148 guest slips, and access for users in the surrounding area.
The on-line reservation system for Port facilities such as Bell Harbor Marina will mean greater convenience and service to the Port's customers by allowing boat operators to make reservations and pay for moorage over the Internet, at any time that is convenient to them.
In 2008, Cruise Line Agencies of Alaska contacted Halibut Point Marine and asked if they could provide moorage to a paddlewheel-style three-hundred-foot long cruise ship, "The Empress of the North.
Earlier this year, port commissioners decided to reduce moorage rates for active commercial fishermen in a multi-year effort to recruit more fishing boats from Southeast Alaska and southern Puget Sound to Whatcom County.
It took a lot of people by surprise," Mitchell said, referring to the county's new moorage fees.
Because his business is unique in terms of its proximity to the bay, he said if he could change one thing, he would have been more diligent in accumulating moorage spaces near his Squalicum Harbor location When they were available four years ago.
They posed the possibility of a future when Alaska's Arctic drill fleets would use Ketchikan for moorage, repair, and maintenance, posing a significant transportation savings from transiting further south for the same service or when the Arctic visitor industry would include departures from Southeast Alaska ports.
We had a wonderful view of a sailboat moorage - from a pizza joint.
The interlocal agreements show the port is responsible for marine infrastructure, which includes the marina, moorage and the shoreline.
A 65-slip marina and eco-adventure center offers guest moorage up to 100 feet and a wide array of outdoor pursuits, such as kayaking, scuba-diving, sailing, fishing and hiking.
The marinas offer permanent moorage, transient moorage and a range of services, including haul out and yard storage.