Marina

A marina (from Sp., Pt. and It. "marina", coast or shore) is a dock or basin with moorings and supplies for yachts and small boats. A marina differs from a port in that a marina does not handle large passenger ships or cargo from freighters.

In the United Kingdom the word marina is also used for inland wharves on rivers and canals that are used exclusively by non-industrial pleasure craft such as canal narrowboats.

Read more about Marina:  Emplacement, Facilities and Services, Moorings and Access, Economic Organization

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Marina Of Aguas Santas - Veneration
... Marina's legend is similar to that told of another Spanish saint, the virgin martyr Quiteria ... also confused with that of Margaret of Antioch, who was sometimes also called Marina ... de la Cueva was an ardent protector of the cult of Marina of Aguas Santas ...
Marina, San Diego - Geography
... Quarter, and is bordered to the south-west by the San Diego Marina ... Park, the oldest park in San Diego, is located in the Marina District ...
Marina The Monk
... Marina the Monk (sometimes known as Pelagia, Mary of Alexandria, Marinus, Marinos) was a Saint from the north of Lebanon ... Marina suggested to her father that she would wear men's clothes and go with him to live in the monastery on saying this, she immediately cut her hair and changed her clothes ... Marina increased in her level of asceticism and continued to conceal the fact that she was a woman ...
Lignano Sabbiadoro - Gallery
... Lagoon (1) Catwalk of Terrazza Mare by night Marano Lagoon (2) The Marina (1) Marano Lagoon (3) The Marina (2) The Seagull on the Obelisk, symbol of the Marina The Church Terrazza Mare Fountain ...
Marina (Telemundo TV Series) - Cast - Main Casts
... Ricardo Alarcon Morales son of Alberta, Elias' half-brother, Adriana's husband, in love with Marina Manolo Cardona in love with Marina, Marina's husband, biological father of Chuy ...