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(nautical) a floating structure (as a flat-bottomed boat) that serves as a dock or to support a bridge

a float supporting a seaplane

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Work on the pontoons and piers on Loch Lomond will ensure the they can continue to be used for many years to come.
The works will involve the design and construction of a new 30-metre-long pontoon for visiting deep-draft boats which will be accessed by a 35-metre-long, 2.
Target: PRS build-to-rent development in Pontoon Dock, London
Vesta, a joint venture between Grainger plc, the UK's largest listed residential landlord, and the Local Pensions Partnership, the not-for-profit pension services organisation, has entered into a forward funding agreement with Linkcity (formerly Bouygues Development) to acquire the 154 PRS units within the Pontoon Dock scheme.
Pontoon is leveraging an international team across the UK and Poland to deliver Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) services for Jaguar Land Rover, fulfilling an expected 3,500 positions per annum.
The blind's pontoons are 9" wide by 8" high with flat bottoms.
The pontoons have been manufactured in Abu Dhabi by a Finnish company and are currently being transported to site by trailer.
In addition to selling a lot of fishing boats, Roy's Marina has sold a lot of pontoon boats and they are not alone.
The floating low level pontoon, at Stockton's Preston Park, is designed to provide better access to the river.
Diners nearby had reported a man acting strangely on the pontoon.
The company then entered into an agreement with Shepherd Offshore to use their dock to build the floating pontoon.
2 m wide Stan Pontoon was launched at Jiangsu Ganghua Shipyard, one of Damen's Chinese partner yards.
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Glasgow-based Scottish Galvanizers, part of Wedge Group Galvanizing, was called upon to provide its hot dip galvanizing treatment to approximately 85 tonnes of steelwork used to build two pontoons that will enable a new passenger service to run from Govan across the River Clyde.
A RECOVERY operation swung into action yesterday after a pontoon capsized in a river.