Mooring may refer to:
- Mooring (North Frisian dialect), a dialect spoken in the German region of North Frisia
- Mooring (oceanography) equipped with various devices to measure oceanographic parameters
- Mooring (watercraft), any structure to which a vessel may be secured by means of cables, anchors, or lines
- Mooring mast, a structure designed to hold airships and blimps securely in the open when they are not in flight
- The Mooring, a 2012 feature film
- The Moorings, New York, an exclusive guard gated private community
- Arthur Mooring (1908–1969), British Resident to the Sultan of Zanzibar
- Leeland Dayton Mooring (born 1988), American singer, member of the Christian band Leeland
- Jack Anthony Mooring and Shelly Mooring, also members of the Christian band Leeland
Other articles related to "mooring, moorings":
... A Single buoy mooring (SBM) (also known as single-point mooring or SPM) is a loading buoy anchored offshore, that serves as a mooring point and interconnect for tankers loading or ...
... Similar to a kite in the wind, the mooring line will follow a so-called (half-)catenary ... (and wind if the top buoy is above the sea surface) can be modeled and the shape of of the mooring line can be determined by software ... If the currents are strong (above 0.1 m/s) and the mooring lines are long (more than 1 km), the instrument position may vary up to 50 m ...
... Moorings fix the buoy to the seabed ... This determines the optimum mooring arrangement and size of the various mooring leg components ...
... SBM Offshore announced the signing of a framework agreement with Shell for the supply of turret mooring systems for Shell's floating liquified natural gas (FLNG) project ... The deal covers the supply of turret mooring systems for a period of up to 15 years ... connected freely weather-vaning turret mooring system ...
Famous quotes containing the word mooring:
“Im mooring my rowboat
at the dock of the island called God.”
—Anne Sexton (19281974)
“For this is action, this is not being sure, this careless
Preparing, sowing the seeds crooked in the furrow,
Making ready to forget, and always coming back
To the mooring of starting out, that day so long ago.”
—John Ashbery (b. 1927)