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Berth

A place on a port or dock where a ship is tied when not in use. Large ports have different berths for different purposes. For example, a ship storing natural gas may dock at a berth away from other ships.
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A notice issued to the CNG and other industries stated, 'This is to inform that PSO cargo which was scheduled for berthing on Monday is not getting berthed due to high winds.
MES-S, MOL, TUMST, and Akishima Laboratory will contribute to the achievement of safe, reliable ocean transportation through activities including the auto berthing and un-berthing demonstration project and other efforts to promote the development of autonomous sailing vessels.
A porter said he noticed that the 2Go vessel stopped a few meters from its berthing space.
As part of the opening, the mar-ina is offering a two-year free berthing promotion for the first ten customers.
Berth 16 has a berthing distance of 340 m and alongside depth of 17.5 m.
Berth 10, which is at the seaward end of the quay, became operational on March 23, 2009 with the berthing of an oil tanker now undergoing FPSO conversion.