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home port

also home·port (hōm′pôrt′)
n.
1. The port in which a vessel is registered or permanently based.
2. The port from which a vessel primarily operates, regardless of its registry.
tr.v. home port·ed, home port·ing, home ports also home·port·ed or home·port·ing or home·ports
To base (a ship) permanently in a given port.

home port

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homeport

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(Nautical Terms) nautical the port where a ship is based
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.home port - the port from which a ship originates of where it is registeredhome port - the port from which a ship originates of where it is registered
port - a place (seaport or airport) where people and merchandise can enter or leave a country
Translations

home port

n (Naut) → porto d'origine
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The authority says homeporting will also deliver greater knock-on benefits to the local economy with more returns from pre and post accommodation bookings, longer lengths of visitor stay and vessel provisioning.
The authority said homeporting will also deliver greater knock-on benefits to the local economy with more returns from pre and post accommodation bookings, longer lengths of visitor stay and vessel provisioning.
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