Sheds will still be necessary for overhauls and repairs, as a dry dock is necessary for sea-going vessels.
What's towing us—not—not the dry dock—don't say the dry dock's towing us!
The building of three new cruisers was authorized, but the plan to erect a dry dock at Kiel was rejected.
Old Timmie, the keeper of the dry dock, will see that nobody bothers you.
The airship would only return to earth—as a ship goes into dry dock—when in need of repairs.
We then hauled into a dry dock, in order to find our leakage if possible.
The Brazilian Government had granted the latter permission to enter the dry dock there to make urgent repairs.
They were launched in August, 1897, and went into dry dock together.
The steamer was then put into dry dock, cut in two and the parts slid apart.
The schooner had then been raised and towed into the dry dock.