harbour master


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harbour master

an official in charge of a harbour
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Harbour Master, who will be ridden by Mike Smith, is 4-1 second favourite in the morning line odds in the 13-runner field.
I was told that in the early 20th century the meter was fed with penny coins and the harbour master, Arthur Rees, told me they had to make sure there were enough coins in to keep it burning all night.
The Herd Groyne remains an important element of navigational safetyMike Nicholson, Port of Tyne harbour master
As a Harbour Master, Captain Al Suwaidi is in charge of Port Rashid and Hamriyah Port and he personally takes care of all shipping operations in both the premises.
According to the harbour master, 2012 was an extremely safe year.
General Manager Operations, Rear Admiral Azhar Hayat, Deputy Conservator Captain Shaukat Ali, Harbour Master Captain Shakeel Babar, Dock Master Captain Jamaluddin, Deputy Harbour Master Captain Asif Tony and six pilots conducted the operation to rescue the stranded vessel.
A group of 11 studying class politics and two lecturers at the University of Ohio were viewing the port as part of their course guided by Port of Tyne's deputy harbour master Alan McPherson.
Others featured include Caernarfon harbour master Richard Jones and young sailor Tomos Tudor, who hopes to follow uncle Richard Tudor in mastering the strait's tricky currents.
Thunder Bay's Port Authority harbour master Guy Jarvis and Heney attribute Lake Superior's low level to a dry spring and summer.
The harbour master behind a massive search and rescue mission for a diver who pretended to be lost at sea said yesterday that the hoaxer needs psychiatric help.
A local harbour master said: "The stowaways could only have survived if they were spotted by a passing ship.
The series, set in a close-knit south coast community, features the former Heartbeat star as a harbour master - his first major role since he quit the popular ITV show.