Mooring sentence example

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  • In the centre of the river there is accommodation for over thirty vessels at the mooring buoys.

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  • A swinging mooring 40 meters from the waters edge is included in the price.

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  • Note the mooring bollards on the tow path for bridge use.

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  • The boat is currently moored on a temporary, NON-RESIDENTIAL mooring near Hampton Court in Surrey on the River Thames.

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  • Handles his craft skillfully when maneuvering or mooring and exercises good seamanship practices at all times.

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  • Earnest's center gunwale fender eye was securely locked up on a long chain to a mooring ring.

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  • To create the mooring lay-by, the channel would be widened on the offside of the canal, the footpath diverted and hedge replanted.

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  • Had lunch on the move and moored on the pontoon above West Bridge alongside May Bee, as there were no spare moored on the pontoon above West Bridge alongside May Bee, as there were no spare mooring places.

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  • I'm hoping to find a residential mooring in Cork Harbor.

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  • All boat owners are required to have a permanent mooring for their vessel.

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  • We turned here and reversed into a towpath mooring as our boat is too high to fit through the tunnel.

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  • We decided to try diving on the site of the Duke of Westminster's yacht mooring on the far side of the loch.

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  • Click here for more photos and information Sitting on a lovely secluded mooring on the river nene, mooring is free.

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  • Start by looking near the places you are thinking of mooring your new boat first and work your way outwards.

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  • Lets hope the plans to install pontoons in the basin (see WW May 2000) will ease the problems of mooring here.

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  • Two round piles for the floating mooring pontoon below lock 8 can be seen in the distance.

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  • It was also interesting to note that the visitor mooring pontoon was completely free.

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  • Eventually you´ll reach Portobello Harbor, an old canal mooring now smartened up with cafes and shops.

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  • Then went on to the Swan & Bottle mooring in Uxbridge for their lunch stop.

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  • The mooring comes complete with some exotic birds - three black swans.

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  • So she was able to offer us a winter-only mooring, renewable from year to year.

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  • A friendly mooring warden came along and shooed off some kids cycling !

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  • The steamer on reaching the given position lowers one, or perhaps two, mark buoys, mooring them by mushroom anchor, chain and rope.

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  • The mooring chains, weighing 22 lb per ft., are taken from the upstream end of each pontoon to a downstream screw pile mooring and from the downstream end to an upstream screw pile.

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  • The level of price increases on BW's mooring sites has been somewhat anecdotal.

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  • In front of the cottages are two mooring bollards which were used to secure boats to the landing stage.

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  • At 1850 GMT, four robbers armed with crowbars boarded a bulk carrier, gaining access via the forward mooring ropes.

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  • You take a mooring rope forward and behind the mooring cleat to reduce the potential for the boat to swing back and forth.

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  • The center rope was put through the center fender eyes and quickly dropped over the center pontoon mooring cleat.

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  • No Chinese junk, no Arab dhow, no Polynesian war canoe, ever found a mooring in Lisbon or Limehouse.

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  • Dutch barge suitable for mooring in a marina, or will I be needing a yacht of some sort?

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  • The commercial quays are built in deep water and permit the mooring alongside of the largest vessels.

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  • The paramount occupation of the mooring was for the purpose of his business, running a marina.

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  • There are even some oil rigs that have broken loose from their mooring and were driven 60 miles by Katrina's winds.

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  • Dean did the same, hoping its eighteen inch girth was sufficient to secure the two damn fools who were testing it as their sole mooring against the natural forces of nature.

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