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SHIPYARD

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A place where boats or ships are built or repaired.

Related Terms

Term Note
CRANE A large, metal or wooden structure, used for raising, lowering and moving heavy objects. Use more specific term where known.
DIESEL ENGINE WORKS A site where diesel engines are manufactured.
DOCKYARD An enclosure in which ships are built and repaired, and all sorts of ships' stores are brought together.
PLATFORM FABRICATION YARD An industrial facility where oil and gas platforms are manufactured and assembled.
SHIP BREAKING YARD A shipyard where old or damaged vessels are broken up for parts and scrap.
SLIPWAY An inclined platform down which a ship or other vessel may be lowered into the water.

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