• A 5 foot (1.5 m) storm surge flooded parts of La Paz, Baja California Sur, and sank 35 yachts moored in various ports.
  • Wikipedia: 2003 Pacific hurricane season
  • A boathouse was built with a slipway by the harbour and is still in use, although the lifeboat is now moored at a pontoon.
  • Wikipedia: Weymouth, Dorset
  • A number of Saxon charters document the incorporation of areas of moor in estates, suggested that the area continued to be exploited.
  • Wikipedia: Somerset Levels
  • A rapidly strengthening storm struck Vancouver Island on October 11, 1984, and inspired the development of moored buoys off the western coast of Canada.
  • Wikipedia: Extratropical cyclone
  • A Sydney-based group proposed in 1984 to purchase Melbourne and operate her as a floating casino moored in international waters off Eden, New South Wales, but nothing came of this.
  • Wikipedia: HMAS Melbourne (R21)
  • A week later, Nansen was forced to dive into the icy waters to rescue the kayaks which, still tied together, had drifted away after being carelessly moored.
  • Wikipedia: Nansen's Fram expedition
  • Aft of Arizona during the attack, Nevada was not moored alongside another battleship off Ford Island, and therefore was able to maneuver, unlike the other seven battleships present.
  • Wikipedia: USS Nevada (BB-36)
  • After further restoration, it was moved to Richmond-upon-Thames, where it is moored alongside Richmond Bridge and used as a restaurant.
  • Wikipedia: Jesus College Boat Club (Oxford)
  • All three ships moored at quays along Ford Island on the following day.
  • Wikipedia: USS Arizona (BB-39)
  • Amongst the hilly areas of the village, the soil is less fertile, whilst in all other rural parts, the land is moss covered moor.
  • Wikipedia: Neilston
  • An NTSB official, along with several USN and USCG officers, questioned Waddle and Pfeifer about the incident as soon as Greeneville moored at Pearl Harbor.
  • Wikipedia: Ehime Maru and USS Greeneville collision
  • As a result of this research, in 2007 the university and Lockheed Martin announced an exclusive licensing agreement to develop and produce a rapidly deployable and autonomous mooring buoy system for military and scientific uses.
  • Wikipedia: Florida Atlantic University
  • As the peat has become drier, areas have been taken over by purple moor grass Molinia caerulea and by downy birch Betula pubescens.
  • Wikipedia: Chat Moss
  • At the time of M-24's attack on Chicago, the latter had spent some time preparing to depart from Sydney Harbour, and although still moored and stationary, was producing large volumes of white smoke as the boilers warmed up.
  • Wikipedia: Attack on Sydney Harbour
  • Before the expedition could begin this work Shackleton died of a heart attack while his ship, Quest, was moored in South Georgia.
  • Wikipedia: Ernest Shackleton
  • Birds returning to Latvia during spring have been shown to locate their prey, moor frogs (Rana arvalis), by homing in on the mating calls produced by aggregations of male frogs.
  • Wikipedia: White Stork
  • By the end of August, news had reached Charleston that Bonnet's vessels were moored in the Cape Fear River.
  • Wikipedia: Stede Bonnet
  • Donations from members of the public funded a search of the moor for Bennett's body by volunteers from a Welsh search and rescue team that began in March 2010.
  • Wikipedia: Moors murders
  • He was enlisted as a naval cadet aboard HMS Victory, Nelson's old flagship, then used as a permanently moored training ship.
  • Wikipedia: Prince Louis of Battenberg
  • Iddens' presence at the sessions was made vital when on one occasion, Astoria began to lean over in response to the rapidly rising river, which was pushing the boat against the pier on which it was moored.
  • Wikipedia: A Momentary Lapse of Reason
  • In 1979, a French supertanker named Betelgeuse was moored off Whiddy Island discharging oil when it exploded, killing 50 people in one of the worst disasters in Ireland's history.
  • Wikipedia: Betelgeuse
  • In addition to the problems caused by removal of the material, the geology of the moors resulted in the engineers needing to split the carriageways for 3⁄4 miles (1.2 km) in the middle of this section, sparing Stott Hall Farm from demolition.
  • Wikipedia: M62 motorway
  • It featured rows of piers perpendicular to the shore, where cargo from the moored ships was handled by cranes and manual labor and transported to nearby warehouses.
  • Wikipedia: San Francisco
  • Mackintosh decided to establish a shore base at Cape Evans, Captain Scott's headquarters during the 1910–13 Terra Nova Expedition, and to find a safe winter mooring nearby for Aurora.
  • Wikipedia: Ross Sea party
  • Many come to walk on the moors or along waymarked paths such as the Coleridge Way.
  • Wikipedia: Exmoor
  • On 11 August 2012, GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney announced his running mate, Paul Ryan, from the dock where the Wisconsin is moored.
  • Wikipedia: USS Wisconsin (BB-64)
  • On 5 January 1922 he died suddenly of a heart attack, while the expedition’s ship Quest was moored in South Georgia.
  • Wikipedia: Voyage of the James Caird
  • On the sixth day, during fairer weather, their ship came upon a group of islands in the Yellow Sea where Chinese pirates were moored.
  • Wikipedia: Choe Bu
  • One of the East End industries that serviced ships moored off the Pool of London was prostitution, and in the 17th century, this was centred on the Ratcliffe Highway, a long street lying on the high ground above the riverside settlements.
  • Wikipedia: East End of London
  • Over the lifetime of the wind farm, Peel Holdings' energy subsidiary, Peel Wind Power Ltd, will provide up to £500,000 to help landowners create biodiverse areas on the land surrounding the moor.
  • Wikipedia: Scout Moor Wind Farm