open bay

open bay

[′ō·pən ′bā]
(geography)
An indentation between two capes or headlands which is so broad and open that waves coming directly into it are nearly as high near its center as they are in adjacent parts of the open sea.
References in classic literature ?
Immediately within this cape is a wide, open bay, terminating at Chinook Point, so called from a neighboring tribe of Indians.
They had eleven miles of open bay to traverse; the wind was fresh, the waves ran high.
25m, it also has four 17th century stone barns, an open bay car barn six cars and croquet lawn.
Estate agents Savills say that adjacent to the property is Molly's Mews which is "a detached timber framed building incorporating a single garage, two open bay carports and a secure home office".
It was still somewhere between the middle of the night and early morning when we headed out, motoring past boats and docks toward the open bay.
Fishing out in the open bay is also an option, but with so much water to cover it's helpful to narrow down the productive areas.
A decade ago, most chemotherapy treatments were done in an open room that housed nothing more than chairs and IV poles, while today there's more variety in room arrangements, from private to semiprivate to open bay to outdoor settings.
The interconnection at MEAD associated with the project takes the last currently open bay at MEAD 230.
The highest-priced listing this spring was a newish 6,000-square-foot Mediterranean-style home on the open bay, on the market for $2,695,000.
Through these platforms, the main operations room would sound the fire alarm siren; electronically open bay doors; switch lights on and off; provide civil defence members with information and guidance on the accident's location and type while heading to the vehicles through loudspeakers; assess the teams deployment time, starting from the receipt of the call to the minute when the first vehicle leaves the station.
to had launched a new project called The Open Bay which makes it possible for any user to start a cloned version of The Pirate Bay.
The mayor of Ierapetra, a town of 16,000 people on a wide, open bay overlooked by jagged hills, said he fully sympathized with the migrants.