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boat·yard

 (bōt′yärd′)
n.
A place where boats are built, repaired, or stored.

boatyard

(ˈbəʊtjɑːd)
n
a place where boats are sold, built, repaired, or moored
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Noun1.boatyard - a place where boats are built or maintained or stored
place, property - any area set aside for a particular purpose; "who owns this place?"; "the president was concerned about the property across from the White House"
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boatyard

[ˈbəʊtjɑːd] Nastillero m

boatyard

[ˈbəʊtjɑːrd] nchantier m naval

boatyard

[ˈbəʊtˌjɑːd] ncantiere m (per costruzione e riparazione di barche)
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Boatyards and shipyards deal with a plethora of requirements to sustain their operations, which are critical to the communities they serve.
1 of 3 boatyards in the area and 1 of 5 in a 100 mile radius.
The architecture of boatyards is somewhat traditional, but there are unique structures found in each one.
In addition to paying a penalty, GMRC will implement an Environmental Compliance Promotion project to raise awareness in the maritime community of Clean Water Act requirements that apply to boatyards, marinas, and private boat owners.
As an award-winning boatyard, Bridge Marina's prestige distinguishes itself from boatyards all over the nation.
Boatyards used to be an amalgam of fragrances: the sweetness of oak and mahogany; the oily musk of teak; the tang of bottom paint that reeked of poisons no longer allowed.
This came after further attacks at two other Welsh boatyards - Parc Caer Seion in Conwy and Castell March in Abersoch.
Nearly all of our traditional boatyards on the North East coast have closed down as their owners have retired or died.
Pettit Marine Paint's Vivid Free retails for $199 per gallon and is available at boatyards and retail stores nationwide.
Marinas provide a treasure trove of potential ecological disruptors, including slips, mooring pins, launch ramps, gas docks, sewage pumpout stations (if used improperly), boating supply stores, and boatyards where vessels are repaired and maintained.
ONE of the South's leading boatyards is to create 25 new jobs following a multi-million pound redevelopment.
The functional tradition of boatyards and buildings has also been captured - each boat-hall has direct external access doors at first floor to allow the superb hulls of the eights to be brought in.