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inshore

[′in′shȯr]
(geography)
Located near the shore.
Indicating a shoreward position.
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Measures to help preserve the livelihoods of inshore fishermen in Wales are now in place around the entire Welsh coastline after landing a new catch of European funding.
They raised the alarm and Mersey Inshore Rescue Service raced to the scene.
Inshore waters still receive significant upwellings, due to currents and tidal movements, so finding sources of food isn't as much a problem, Allen said.
He joins the already strong Ericsson Racing Team as tactician for the inshore races and brings the number of campaigns that the team has under its belt to an impressive total of 25.
on Monday will be humid and hazy to misty at places by early morning inshore, while offshore it will be hazy at places with some clouds, the Department of Meteorology said in its daily weather report.
Viking Inshore Fishing (Pty) Ltd V Department of Agriculture Forestry and Fisheries & Others.
The inshore lifeboat and all-weather lifeboat were launched to help the Rhyl coastguard team.
The Atlantic 21 inflatable inshore lifeboat was bought by maritime law specialists Sinclair Roche and Temperley for the Staithes and Runswick Station.
It's very possible for small-boat anglers to catch just as many big red snapper in protected, inshore waters as the big boys offshore.
Sea waves will rise from 1 foot to 3 feet inshore and from 3 to 6 feet offshore.
Two Dumfries businesses have joined forces to raise funds and awareness for the Nith Inshore Rescue Service.
today hosted the 13th meeting of the National Inshore Fisheries Forum (NIFF).