See bulkhead wharf.
A mole, bank, or wharf, formed toward the sea, or at the side of a harbor, river, or other navigable water, for convenience in loading and unloading vessels.
Wharf used to discharge cargo.
A mooring facility along a river or canal bank. Quai in French.
wharf or surfaced bank where ships are loaded and unloaded
key A solid stationary artificial landing place lying alongside or projecting into water for loading and unloading ships.
wharf usually built parallel to the shoreline
a landing-place substantially built along a line of coast or river bank, or round a harbour, and having posts and rings to which vessels may be moored, frequently also cranes and storehouses for the convenience of merchant ships
a landing place, usually made of stone or iron, lying next to the water for the loading and unloading of ships.
Artificial erection protruding into the water to facilitate loading and discharge of cargo, landing and embarkation of passengers, repairing or refitting of ships.
A projection alongside the boundaries of a harbour to provide accommodation for ships to lie alongside for loading or unloading of cargo.
a dock parallel to the shoreline and accommodating vessels on one side only
solid structure alongside a navigable waterway to which ships are moored for loading and disc arching.
A dock, berth or pier.
A wharf, which parallels the waterline.
That part of a wharf which is intended for the mooring of vessels.
A structure built for the purpose of mooring a vessel; also called a pier.
Solid structure alongside a navigable waterway, used for loading and unloading of ships.
A structure attached to land to which a vessel is moored. Also see "berth," "dock" and "pier."
A structure built along the bank of a waterway for use as a landing place.
Dock, pier or berth
Stone or wood projection into a watercourse at which a ship can tie up. This allows the loading/unloading of any cargo or ballast. They are similar to staithes.
A landing place or pier, usually of solid construction, where vessels berth to load or unload cargo.
A wharf which runs parallel to the shore and accommodates ships on shore side.
A wharf used to unload cargo
A wharf quebrada– The Spanish word for brook or mountain stream
Quay is a British term for a type of wharf.