Careenage


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Ca`reen´age


n.1.(Naut.) Expense of careening ships.
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has invested about $2 million in upgrading infrastructure at the Inner Basin of the Careenage as the government continues to facilitate development of yachting as a new niche market for Barbados's tourism, reports BGIS (Jan.
Government also became a consumer when it supplied public lighting to the wharves and inner basin of the Careenage inlet.
This one reminds me of the Careenage in Bridgetown where the water stinks.
10, this work brought moreover, certain important aerodynamic corrections around this UAV such as the aerodynamic careenage of the nose of the fuselage and the setting of the bases of fastener of the beams on the level of the under-surface of the wings
But once you are there, sipping ice cold islandbrewed Banks' beer, gazing at the yachts and the blue tidal inflow at the Careenage, flying fish and cou cou makes sublime sense.
WATERFRONT CAFE The Careenage, Bridgetown Email: waterfrontcafe@sunbeach.
Dillingham located the specific site of Drake's careenage and encampment at Drake's Cove, in Drakes Estero, now within the Point Reyes National Seashore.
Part of the funds will pay for Contract 1: Inner and Outer Careenage (Phase 1).
Call at The Cliff at Derricks for dinner, one of the island's top restaurants, and then head into the island's capital, Bridgetown, for some duty-free shopping at the Cave Shephard mall and a wander round the harbour before dropping in for drinks at the Rusty Pelican, upstairs at the Bridge House on the Careenage.