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a basin-like structure that is large enough to admit a ship and that can be pumped dry for work on the ship's bottom
dry dock[′drī ‚däk]
A dock providing support for a vessel and a means for removing the water so that the bottom of the vessel can be exposed.
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ranged from the 611 gross ton Royal Iris of the Mersey to the 50,938 gross ton Ulysses, fully utilising Laird's four dry docks.
Ships built in Canada have to be dry-docked
every five years for a thorough inspection.
The warship will be dry-docked
at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard until Friday November 19 and is closed to visitors until November 20.