Available languages — Seamarks/Moorings
The tags defined on this page will render in various nautical charts.
This page defines values for the "seamark:mooring:category" tags for objects tagged as "seamark:type=mooring".
See also similar but distinct objects: Anchorage, Anchor Berth, Installation Buoy and Berth
||The equipment or structure used to secure a vessel.
||A post or group of posts, which may support a deck, used for mooring or warping a vessel.
||A post or group of posts, which a vessel may swing around for compass adjustment.
||Small shaped post, mounted on a wharf or dolphin used to secure ship's lines.
||A tie-up wall is a section of wall designated for tying-up vessels awaiting transit. Bollards and mooring devices are available for both large and small ships.
|Post or pile
||A long heavy timber or section of steel, wood, concrete, etc., forced into the seabed to serve as a mooring facility.
||A connection between two independent objects e.g. a buoy and pile or between two buoys used as a mooring facility.
||A buoy secured to the bottom by permanent moorings with means for mooring a vessel by use of its anchor chain or mooring lines.
|Ropes from ashore
||A place where ropes for mooring a vessel given from ashore
||Automatic mooring systems are remotely controlled and require no quayside personnel. The system and its performance are monitored and its status is reported to operations staff in real-time. There are different types of automatic mooring systems.
Seamark Tag Values
INT-1 Cross Reference