Permanent Moorages and Temporary Tie-Up Facilities in the Portland/Vancouver Metropolitan Area: Meeting the Needs of the Larger Recreational Boat Public Deposited

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  • "This study is composed of two parts. Section I deals with developed moorages and marinas--where they are; what services are offered in each, and how well the existing supply of permanent moorages serves the boating public. Section II examines the need for temporary 'harbors of refuge' in the area, what criteria should be used in designating areas for such development, and exactly where such development should take place."--p.ii
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