open berth

open berth

[′ō·pən ′bərth]
(civil engineering)
An anchorage berth in an open roadstead.
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Casey does not yet have an Open berth despite winning the Irish Open the week before last, so the Surrey slugger is desperate to perform well along the Castle Stuart Links.
Michele Cameron, owner of boat agency HK Boat and Homes, sold an open berth in November for 2.
Banchory youngster Byrne, who missed out on an automatic Open berth just over a week ago when he lost in the final of the Amateur championship, shot a sparkling eightunder 64 in round one at Kingsbarns.
But these shuffles are largely cyclical, with an open berth creating chances for toppers at other confabs to seize new opportunities.
Upon completion, the yacht repair centre, which overlooks the water basin of Jadaf Dubai, will feature four air-conditioned repair sheds, six open berth facilities and a paint booth for yachts.
30amto see if his nine under par total would be enough to secure him an Open berth.
I'm not here to come second and I'll be very happy to take that last British Open berth, " said Murphy.
Facilities include 16 ship berths, 11 transit sheds, 1 open berth, a public grain elevator, automated bag handling, 15 warehouses, paved container yard, a dry bulk terminal, container RO/RO capability, and an industrial park.
SUMMER holidays have been put on hold in the Broadhurst household - after dad Paul secured his first Open berth since 1997.
Lahiri, who has won both his Asian Tour titles at the DGC in play- offs, is disappointed at missing out on a British Open berth, but wants to start afresh.
Lloyd Saltman contested the recent International Qualifier at Sunningdale but missed out on an Open berth.
Open berth in a first-stage qualifier in Hawaii on Saturday, then rode the aftermath of that strong play to a tournament-best-equaling 69 Monday at River Ridge.