Definition of dockage
1 : a charge for the use of a dock
2 : the docking of ships
3 : docking facilities
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Located at 879 Coventry St., the home sits on a corner lot and possesses 180 feet of dockage along the Intracoastal — sufficient room to park a yacht (or two).
Norwegian would be required to pay dockage and wharfage fees according to rates for small vessels through September 2017 and then pay full county tariff rates from Oct. 1 to Sept. 30, 2019.
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