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

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Private ship repair firms in northeast Florida will likely be able to support the maintenance requirements of a nuclear aircraft carrier if one is homeported at Naval Station Mayport in 2019 as the Navy plans.
Navy's submarines be homeported in the Pacific by the end of 2010.
Depending on their average travel speeds, ships homeported in Yokosuka, Guam, and Singapore could arrive in the Taiwan Strait area roughly two to four days after leaving port, ships homeported in Pearl Harbor might arrive about six to nine days after leaving port, and ships homeported on the U.
Helicopter Mine Countermeasures Squadron (HM) 15, homeported at NAS Corpus Christi, Texas, maintains an expeditionary detachment forward deployed in Bahrain to support Fifth Fleet operations.
I have been on many cruises, and Holland America is my favorite line--especially its Maasdam, as she now is homeported for part of the year in nearby Norfolk.
The 10,000-ton Vincennes, homeported at Yokosuka in Kanagawa Prefecture, will be open to the public from Friday to Sunday before departing Monday morning, according to the U.
Navy ("Navy") has awarded to its wholly owned subsidiary, Todd Pacific Shipyards Corporation ("Todd Pacific"), a five-year Multi-Ship/Multi-Option contract ("MS/MO") for the drydocking of the surface combatant ships homeported at Naval Station Everett or visiting the Puget Sound region.
Submarines with women currently serving on board are USS Florida (SSGN 728), USS Georgia (SSGN 729), and USS Wyoming (SSBN 742), homeported in Kings Bay, Georgia; and USS Ohio (SSGN 726), USS Louisiana (SSBN 743), USS Maine (SSBN 741), and USS Michigan (SSGN 727), homeported in Bangor, Washington.
Navy has awarded General Dynamics Electric Boat an $11 million contract to perform non-nuclear maintenance work for submarines homeported at the Naval Submarine Base in Groton.
The Asheville is homeported in San Diego, California.
Similar purchases are made by the 58 fishing vessels homeported at Terminal 91, of which 43 are catcher/processor vessels.
The Navy announced today that the first four Littoral Combat Ships (LCSs) will be homeported at Naval Station San Diego, Calif.