Moor

What does "Moor" mean?

Today it means: To tie up a vessel.

To moor a vessel is to either tie it up to a mooring post or in a marina or to anchor up with two anchors; one fore and one aft. These days is would be more common to say moor up.

See also: Berth   

By SailingQuiz November 2019   Category: Sailing Terms              



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