moorage


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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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Barge, roll-on/roll-off ramp, 700 feet of alongside moorage, panamax cruise ship dock, ice delivery by the ton, fuel services, and moorage for all size vessels and deep draft.
As the COSATU (Congress of South African Trade Unions) report to the TRC maintained: "the struggle for basic trade union fights on the factory floor" is intimately connected to the "struggle for human rights in society." Divided into three sections entitled "Explaining Some Things," "Moorage," and "Even the Dead," Cronin's collection embraces in verse and prose poetry the years from 1984 to 1997, and at once lyricizes their travails and travesties, epigraphizes their momentum, and narrates a history in the making.
The Port also operates a pleasure boat moorage facility and a commercial fishing terminal that is home to the Alaska fishing fleet.
Other future phases include transient short term recreational boating moorage, trailer and vehicle parking, lighting, restroom, drain field, ADA upgrades for all areas serving recreational boaters, and other required permitting obligations.
Municipalities in Alaska collected an estimated $88.5 million in revenue from the out-of-state visitor industry in 2017, including $17.8 million in dockage and moorage fees primarily from Juneau and Ketchikan.
The Portland Bureau of Development Services recently received an early assistance request for a project to convert a six-home residential floating moorage into a six-unit tiny house hotel.
[check] 1.6 million--replace pilings at Lake Chelan State Park moorage dock
Full members get moorage rights, which include additional costs to store boats, depending on the size and whether they're on land or in the water.
The Port of Bellingham operates marinas in Bellingham and Blaine, with about 2,000 moorage shps.
The cruising class winner, Larry Sharpless, who finished his spinnaker Inquisitor in approximately 16 hours and 30 minutes, won a three-night vacation in Hotel Coral's Master Suite, as well as half-off moorage at the property's world-class Coral Marina.
Gate 10, $60,000 for repairs to floating moorage system.
As the COSATU (Congress of South African Trade Unions) report to the TRC maintained: "the struggle for basic trade union rights on the factory floor" is intimately connected to the "struggle for human rights in society." Divided into three sections entitled "Explaining Some Things," "Moorage," and "Even the Dead," Cronin's collection embraces in verse and prose poetry the years from 1984 to 1997, and at once lyricizes their travails and travesties, epigraphizes their momentum, and narrates a history in the making.
Ideal moorage should provide at least 6 feet of water under the stern; if you're in a reservoir releasing water downstream, the lake could drop enough to strand you.
Operates park with boat moorage. Facilities: Grain handling facility, recreational marina.
Additionally, the project will renovate an existing 30 foot gangway, install a new fire suppression system with 2 stations, and increase the number of moorage slips by 6.