landing stage


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Wikipedia.

landing stage

[′land·iŋ ‚stāj]
(civil engineering)
A platform, usually floating and attached to the shore, for the discharge and embarkation of passengers, freight, and so on.
References in periodicals archive ?
"But it is very costly to raise them from the riverbed at short notice if the landing stage was not ready."
"The works include a small area of rock excavation and raising the height of the approved landing stage by approximately one metre."
The current landing stage is anchored at the same place as the one from the 19th century.
Repairs to the landing stage depend on fair weather for it to be ready by May 31
The landing stage will also be home to Merseyside Fire and Rescue's (MFRS) river-based community fire station.
A MUCH-HERALDED visit by the world's last working paddle steamer to mark the re-opening of the landing stage on Llandudno Pier yesterday afternoon was cancelled due to bad weather.
HISTORIC pleasure cruises to the "Queen of Welsh resorts" could soon be resumed following steps to restore the landing stage of a Victorian pier.
A REPLACEMENT for the sunken Mersey Ferries landing stage at Pier Head was installed over the weekend.
It is estimated that the south section of the landing stage will be closed for up to eight weeks.