boat space

boat space

The space and weight factor used to determine the capacity of boats, landing craft, and amphibious vehicles. With respect to landing craft and amphibious vehicles, it is based on the requirements of one person with individual equipment. The person is assumed to weigh 224 pounds and to occupy 13.5 cubic feet of space. See also man space.
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In a research note to investors, Altobello says weak trends in the boat space are getting worse within the U.S.
It uses up boat space where another paying migrant can be shoe-horned in instead.
Some even give you the ability to remotely and verbally bail up the offender through your mobile phone, as soon as they step on the pressure mat or invade the internal boat space. Being challenged by a ghostly voice may not prevent theft, but might be enough to frighten away a nervous intruder.
Two-hundred early starters at Grafham achieved a spectacular rod average of nearly seven fish apiece and Rutland, with 500 anglers sharing bank and boat space, was no slouch with an average return better than six.
Net length, labor, and boat space are the main limiting factors to the amount of net that can be feasibly set by one boat.
I understand that all charter boat spaces have been taken, but it is still possible for private boat anglers to take part.
You can contact Martin on 07774 494590 or contact Norma at Amble Angling Centre for bookings and also for boat spaces for the Bob White Memorial Competition on 01665 711200.
The facility is 99% leased, and is equipped with 96 RV and boat spaces.
There are no boat spaces left, although anglers with their own boats will still be eligible to enter.