maritime position

maritime position

[′mar·ə‚tīm pə′zish·ən]
(navigation)
The location of a seaport or other point along a coast.
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Lebanon believes it has a cast iron case for Point 23 because of the established cartographic rule of using triangulation from three points on land to determine a maritime position.
The Advisory Team is part of a study conducted by NCDOT, AECOM and URS that aims to improve the commercial maritime position of North Carolina.
Who exploits global exterior maritime lines can attain the global exterior maritime position.
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