dockmasters

n. person who supervises the docking of ships; person in charge of a dock

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • Dockmaster — Within large ports/harbours such as the Port of London, which consists of all the tidal portion of the River Thames from Margate on the south coast, and Clacton on Sea on the north, through to Teddington, a total of around 95 miles (150 km) …   Wikipedia

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