berthage

Related to berthage: wharfage, mooring

berthage

(ˈbɜːθɪdʒ)
n
1. (Nautical Terms) a place for mooring boats
2. the fees payable for mooring boats
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the proposed development is to facilitate the provision of an additional 216m of berthage at dinish island, castletownbere fishery harbour centre, co.
75 metres radius) Fast turn around dockside cranage Heavy load out access routes & quay capability Material / Product handling services & solutions Rigging fabrication & seafastening services Vessel berthage / Embarkation teams Dry dock availability Short / Long term storage solutions Over 500,000 sq ft of Warehousing availability Over 5 hectares of quayside storage available Transport abnormal and regular distribution services Freight forwarding services Project specific support
The plan involves creating a deep-draft facility, 1,268 meters of mainline berthage and 550 meters of side-feeder berth that would allow Callao to take up to four post-Panamax ships.
There is ample berthage for all the vessels within Salthouse Dock.
fhc028-7001-a for a small craft harbour development in castletownbere fhc to provide pontoon berthage throughout the year.
Dredging has been done in the marina area, particularly on the arms that are used for race week berthage which should overcome the hassle of berthing at low tide.
Tenders are invited for Preliminary Stage Study Report To Consider And Develop Options For A Proposed Small Craft Harbour Development In Dunmore East Fhc To Provide Pontoon Berthage Throughout The Year For A) 100, B) 200 & C) 300 Vessels.