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HOME PORT. The port where the owner of a ship resides; this is a relative term.

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In addition to unforgettable experiences both on board and ashore, these sailings depart from three highly convenient homeports, providing consumers with an easy and affordable means for getting to and from their "Fun Ship" cruise.
Ironstate's decision to invest in Homeport is a significant statement of confidence in the future of Staten Island," said Deputy Mayor Robert Steel.
MSC Cruises' commitment to Abu Dhabi as a homeport will deliver both tactical and strategic outcomes for the emirate," said Mubarak Al Muhairi, director general, ADTA.
The luxury cruise liner named Aquamarine will be the first ship to use any Indian shore as its homeport after the cruise policy was approved last year.
The Navy's decision is to implement the preferred alternative, which is to homeport a single nuclear powered aircraft carrier (CVN) at Naval Station (NAVSTA) Mayport, and to complete associated infrastructure modifications.
The authorized HUP applications are accessible by logging on to the NMCI Homeport at https://www.
The city of Yokosuka, Kanagawa Prefecture, on Tuesday requested that the government urge the United States to thoroughly investigate the cause of last week's fire on the USS George Washington, which will use the city as a homeport from August, so that a similar incident will never happen again.
That is why we conducted rigorous sea trials for Newport News in connection with her departure from the Gulf to ensure her return to homeport in the US would be safe and uneventful", he said.
In exchange for funding, Foss would agree to homeport the new hybrid tug in Southern California for five years.
The city was the homeport to the Texas navy that fought for independence from Mexico, she said, and is home to USS Seawolf (SS 197), a decommissioned World War II submarine.
The sun broke through the summer mist on July 19, 1955, for the newCunard liner Ivernia's first arrival in her Liverpool homeport and mooring at Canada Dock.