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mooring

1. a place for mooring a vessel
2. a permanent anchor, dropped in the water and equipped with a floating buoy, to which vessels can moor
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Many of the instruments on Pioneer Array moorings are powered in a conventional manner, with single-use batteries like those found in a flashlight.
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The Skye showflat shows The Moorings to its very best.
The Moorings is beautifully planned, with a sense of space, quality and tranquility throughout.
After a series of discussions between Lundin and Unique Seaflex, it was determined that a combination of 41 different-sized parachute-style Air Lift Bags (ALBs) up to 50 tons in size would be installed on the moorings to reduce their tension to a manageable level.
The structural mass of the spar-mooring system is made up of elemental consistent mass matrices of the moorings and lumped mass properties of the rigid spar hull.
A COUPLE of yachts broke free from their mooring on the River Mersey.
A pounds 45,000 project to remove mooring piles at a harbour starts this week.
In cases of no shelter from winds, high wind loads and an unfavourable wind direction, ships with a high freeboard such as ro-ro and container ships, car carriers and bulk--and oil carriers in ballast will have problems of stable and safe mooring (Paulauskas 2009; Paulauskas et al.
The property consultant is marketing canal side moorings for commercial ventures to operate businesses in the busy city centre visitor destination.
For he discovered that the exclusive harbours of Dartmouth and Salcombe operate a first and second-class waiting list for moorings, with a five-year wait for strangers.
The Moorings on July 17 announced construction has begun on a US$10 million project which will significantly enhance to its flagship base in Road Town, Tortola.