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  • n. Plural form of harbormaster.


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  • No one has precise figures, but harbormasters at some of the dozens of marinas in the region report a surge in the number of people living on their boats legally or doing so illegally until they are caught.

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  • To help rebuild groundfish populations, local fishers and harbormasters worked with TNC to map the no-trawl zone.

    Mark Tercek: Keeping More Fish in the Ocean: Good for People, Good for Nature

  • They showed no sympathy for him in his lengthy negotiating and haggling with an endless series of consular officials, harbormasters, merchants, and Asian potentates.

    The Prize

  • Marvin had communicated with shipping companies, harbormasters and actual captains on matters pertaining to the whereabouts of the ship and the roster of the crew, making phone calls and sending radiograms.


  • The group is made up of regulars that partake in the Monday fishing tournaments that began last year, according to Dave Talaba, one of three harbormasters that the city of Little Falls employs to run the waters at Rotary Park off of Southern Ave.

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  • There is little Watts can do to act on the complaints, since harbormasters have no power to arrest violators or issue citations.

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  • Tax officials examined marina records, talked to harbormasters and dispatched agents to harbors to take notes and photographs of out-of-state boats, said Errol Dearborn, director of compliance for Maine Revenue Services. Home RSS feed


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