chandlery


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chandlery, chandry

A storage room for lighting supplies and devices, required before gas or electricity was available.
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Nestled in the Listed Chandlery alongside a long stay car-park.
"Other marine-related services will include bunkering, chandlery, warehousing, and distribution."
Sherborne Wharf is also relocating its boating facilities to the Fiddle & Bone site and the courtyard will feature a boat yard providing a chandlery, pump out, diesel and laundry facilities.
It lays claim to being the region's largest and most comprehensive 360-degree leisure yachting enterprise, operating five divisions: yacht sales; yacht service; marina management; yacht valet service; and marine products (chandlery).
Oileain is available in Dublin from Great Outdoors, Viking Marine and Western Marine, and in Cork from Union Chandlery or online directly from the author at www.Oileain.org.
New York Nautical, New York City's oldest and only ship's chandlery, servicing professional mariners, recreational boaters and anyone in need of a sextant, has moved to 200 Church Street.
With shipping chandlery the family trade the UK had already long proven the perfect place to do business, in fact their great grandfather had first made the epic journey in 1926.
Hannon chasing four Richard Hannon has dominated this Group 2 in recent years, winning the race with Olympic Glory (2012), Chandlery (2011) and King Torus (2010).
Revamp the 25-year-old marina office and chandlery to create a more modern building, including first-floor accommodation together with a cafe, chandlery and boat sales brokerage facility on the ground floor.
When the Chandlery opened in Newport in March 2002, under the ownership of chef and proprietors Simon and Jane Newcombe, it quickly built a reputation as a destination restaurant winning many awards and a coveted Bib Gourmand award from the Michelin guide.
However, he has some smart form in the book, not least when beaten into third by subsequent Group Two winner Chandlery and sales race victor Coupe De Ville at Goodwood in June.
On Friday evening 26 March, over 60 CYCA members and their guests gathered to farewell long-standing tenants of the club, Bob Doel (Rushcutters Ship Chandlery) and Kai Blake (Marina Canteen) who have retired after 45 and 50 years of service respectively.