commercial harbor

commercial harbor

[kə′mər·shəl ′här·bər]
(civil engineering)
A harbor in which docks are provided with cargo-handling facilities.
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This business, which has been going on for some years now, is really beneficial because it cuts down on waste, reduces pollution, and provides a source of additional income to communities on many outer islands,' says Mohamed Hashim, general manager of Maldives Ports Limited, the operator of the Male Commercial Harbor, the largest port facility in the Maldives.
Coast Guard continued to help, focusing on a 92-foot long sailboat, the Lion's Whelp, that sank Friday and sat at the bottom of the commercial harbor through the weekend, leaking the 40 to 50 gallons of diesel the boat is thought to contain, Coast Guard Petty Officer Nate Littlejohn said.
Emar was a small kingdom with an important commercial harbor which was a traffic node connecting Mesopotamia with the west-lying kingdoms.
2 million small boat harbor being constructed inside the existing commercial harbor at St.
Of this, 73% was emitted by ships in coastal waters extending 14 to 100 miles offshore from California, while commercial harbor craft accounted for 14% of the total.
Located about 19 nautical miles west of Honolulu Harbor near the southwestern tip of Oahu, Kalaeloa Barbers Point Harbor is the state's second busiest commercial harbor.
At the turn of the 19th century, these handsome buildings replaced working-class housing and gave the port a big boost into a world-class commercial harbor.
A foreign adversary could, for instance, attack the computers at commercial harbor facilities used to ship ammunition or the air traffic control system needed to support and airlift personnel and supplies.
lama Container Terminal project the largest capital improvement project in the history of Hawaiis commercial harbor system.
By cutting energy usage in half and reducing fuel costs and emissions by more than 95 percent, we believe that hybrid propulsion systems could make a lot of sense for commercial harbor vessels here and elsewhere.
We are ensuring the viability of our commercial harbor system and encouraging a healthy job market that includes work opportunities in transportation, maritime related trades, hospitality and tourism, not to mention the local consultants and contractors the state has employed to complete the job.

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