harbour master


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harbour master

an official in charge of a harbour
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Harbour Master Kevin Allen last night said: "We're all devastated by the news of Michael's death.
But, as the Harbour Master said, over 95% of the people who use the pier are genuine anglers out to enjoy themselves and not cause trouble.
WATER WAY Left, Port of Tyne's deputy harbour master Alan McPherson with American students David Tisel and Alex Kotilikoff, and Keith Palmer
The Dee Conservancy Harbour Master (DCHM) appointed by Natural Resources Wales (NRW) under statutory powers is responsible for day-to-day management of marine operations in the jurisdiction of NRW.
Brixham's deputy harbour master Dave Bartlett said: "It's like striking gold and we are worried the French and Spanish could come over to fish in our waters.
Stuart McPherson, chairman of the Marine Division of the Angling Trust, spoke to the Harbour Master of Blyth, who insisted the pier is not going to be closed.
A HUSBAND deliberately scuttled the yacht he and his wife owned following a domestic row, a harbour master said yesterday.
Harbour master Rory Dickinson said it will breathe new life into the area, providing moorings for 200 vessels including commercial craft and pleasure boats.
Damping down was due to take the rest of the day, while shipping can now pass only under the supervision of the harbour master.
providing and operating a suitable vessel to transport the Dee Conservancy Harbour Master on all parts of the Dee Conservancy,
Captain Michael Evans and wife Andrea were "soulmates", the Harbour Master of Belfast Port said.
Arklow Harbour master James Heaney said: "People look at them like graves.