A concrete, stone, or metal platform lying alongside or projecting into water for loading and unloading ships
wharf usually built parallel to the shoreline
A wharf, or quay (pronounced 'key') is a structure on the shore of a harbour where ships may dock to load and unload cargo or passengers. Such a structure includes one or more berths (mooring locations), and may also include piers, warehouses, or other facilities necessary for handling the ships.
Quay is a restaurant in Sydney, Australia.
A stone or concrete structure on navigable water used for loading and unloading vessels; a wharf; To land or tie up at a quay or similar structure, especially used in the phrase "quay up"
(Quays) perimeter extensions formed from simple platforms in rectilinear forms. Used in branching networks to create industrial facilities, ship berths, airstrips and VTOL pads, and intensive farming facilities at the perimeter of a colony. ...
(quays) docks or landing places on a waterway.
To dream of a quay, denotes that you will contemplate making a long tour in the near future. To see vessels while standing on the quay, denotes the fruition of wishes and designs.
Artificial erection protruding into the water to facilitate loading and discharge of cargo, landing and embarkation of passengers, repairing or refitting of ships.
A wharf, which parallels the waterline.
A landing place or pier, usually of solid construction, where vessels berth to load or unload cargo.
solid structure alongside a navigable waterway to which ships are moored for loading and disc arching.
An area in port where a vessel can moor. Also known as a berth.
wharf or reinforced bank where ships are loaded or unloaded.
(JP 1-02) - A structure of solid construction along a shore or bank which provides berthing and which generally provides cargo-handling facilities. A similar facility of open construction is called a wharf.
Also a wharf. A section parallel to the shore for docking and unloading vessels.
The structure attached to land but extending over the water to which a ship is moored while docked.
Part of a wharf which is intended for the mooring of vessels.
This is a structure that is built so boats or ships can load and unload cargo, or tie up. A quay is built where the land meets the water.
a landing place, usually made of stone or iron, lying next to the water for the loading and unloading of ships.
n.A wharf or artificial landing-place on the shore of a harbor or projecting into it
Refers to the dock or platform which vessels moor to.