harborage harborage


  • (n) (nautical) a place of refuge (as for a ship)


  • The sea had been drained from the QM2's harborage before the accident, meaning victims fell 15 to 20 m to a hard, dry-dock surface instead of 10 m into the water.


  1. Living Large In A $32M Waterfront Mansion In Ft. Lauderdale

    It is as if you’ve entered a prestigious country club or five-star hotel when you first arrive at 5 Harborage, an expansive estate inside an exclusive waterfront community in Fort Lauderdale.
    on November 19, 2013     Source: CBS Miami

  2. Very well done: Steak meal results in trailer burning down

    Cooking a late-night steak went wrong in a blazing way before dawn Monday. A double-wide mobile home in The Harborage park, on the Key Largo oceanside near mile marker 97.3, was destroyed by a fire that apparently started in the kitchen.
    on November 13, 2013     Source: Florida Keys Keynoter

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