Pilotage sentence example
- The inhabitants of these islands support themselves by seafaring, pilotage, grazing of cattle and sheep, fishing and a little agriculture, chiefly potato-growing.
- - Pilotage, lighting and buoying from London Bridge seawards.
- Further work fell to the marine department by the act of 1853, which gave it the control of lighthouse funds, and to a certain extent of pilotage.
- the charge of the foreshores belonging to the crown, formerly managed by the commissioners of woods and forests, and the protection of navigable harbours and channels, long under the control of the admiralty, provisional orders under the General Pier and Harbour Acts and under the Pilotage Acts, and the settlement of by-laws made by harbour authorities.
- The trustees are conservators of the river Tawb and parts of Swansea Bay, and the pilotage and lighthouse authority of the district.Advertisement
- This includes pilotage and light dues.
- Trinity House of Newcastle was formed in 1536 and regulated pilotage on the Tyne.
- The following vessels are excluded from compulsory pilotage: i. HM ships, ii.
- pilotage exemption Certificate holders are required to attend any investigation or inquiry held by Portsmouth.
- pilotage charge for the vessel.Advertisement
- pilotage services with Stena at Holyhead.
- pilotage authority and keep it under review.
- pilotage clause for two reasons.
- Nouveau traite de navigation, contenant la theorie et la pratique du pilotage (1753); Solution des principaux problemes sur la manoeuvre des vaisseaux (1757); Operations faites pour la verification du degre du meridien entre Paris et Amiens, par Mess.
- The port authority will provide pilotage both where it is required and upon request (with sufficient notice) for other vessels.Advertisement