embarkation area

embarkation area

An area ashore, including a group of embarkation points, in which final preparations for embarkation are completed and through which assigned personnel and loads for craft and ships are called forward to embark. See also mounting area.
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In addition to Crystal-sprucing of the tender shuttles that transport guests to and from anchor ports, Adfecto has designed a comfortable and welcoming foyer for the Tender Embarkation Area .
Without this safe embarkation area, we would not only jeopardise the safety and welfare of pupils and staff but also the very future of all school trips.
MSC had decked out the entire embarkation area with its livery and after a short security check, we were onboard and doing exactly what everyone does when they enter a huge ship n get lost.
When we drove into the embarkation area, we were the only car there.
True enough, when we drove into the embarkation area, we were the only car there.
The package also includes limousine transportation to and from the embarkation area for the Odyssey.
Almost on cue, the youths disappeared momentarily, reappearing atop the 15ft high wall surrounding the embarkation area.
In May 1944, we began to see long convoys of tanks and other military vehicles moving down to the embarkation areas at the docks.
Expecting drivers to make comprehensive checks of their vehicles every time they stopped would have quickly reduced embarkation areas to chaos and delayed sailings for hours as docks became gridlocked.