Tag:seamark:type=mooring

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Public-images-osm logo.svg seamark:type = mooring
Mooring bollard at sunset, Lyme Regis.jpg
Description
The equipment or structure used to secure a vessel. Edit or translate this description.
Group: Marine navigation
Used on these elements
may be used on nodesshould not be used on waysshould not be used on areasshould not be used on relations
Status: de facto

A marine structure for berthing and mooring of vessels.

If it is not used as a mooring facility use seamark:type=pile + seamark:pile:category=*

How to map

Set a node node at the dolphin and add

If it is a buoy

Categories

Category (CATMOR) seamark:mooring:category Definition Rendering Image
Dolphin dolphin A post or group of posts, which may support a deck, used for mooring or warping a vessel.
Dolphin.png
Norderney, Hafen -- 2016 -- 5360.jpg
Deviation dolphin deviation_dolphin A post or group of posts, which a vessel may swing around for compass adjustment.
DDolphin.png
Post post A post used for mooring or warping a vessel.
MBollard.png
Bollard bollard Small shaped post, mounted on a wharf or dolphin used to secure ship's lines.
MBollard.png
Carnival Cruise Ship (8463965082).jpg
Tie-up wall wall 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. 2010 07 13420 6400 Chenggong Chenggong Fishing Harbor Taiwan.JPG
Post or pile pile A long heavy timber or section of steel, wood, concrete, etc., forced into the seabed to serve as a mooring facility.
Post.png
Boat club and harbor in Vrångebäck 7.jpg
Chain/wire/cable chain A connection between two independent objects e.g. a buoy and pile or between two buoys used as a mooring facility.
Mooring buoy buoy A buoy secured to the bottom by permanent moorings with means for mooring a vessel by use of its anchor chain or mooring lines.
Mooring Buoy.png
Boue amarrage.jpg
Ropes from ashore shore_ropes A place where ropes for mooring a vessel given from ashore Ship Norway ex France.jpg
Automatic moorings automatic 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. Rønne Hafen, Bornholm (2012-07-15), by Klugschnacker in Wikipedia (3).JPG
Mooring trot trot A mooring trot is a mooring that is composed of ground tackle, mooring cables, buoys and mooring berths on junction cables. Yachts on moorings in Seaton Harbour - geograph.org.uk - 1625601.jpg

See also