moorage

[moor-ij]
noun
1.
a place for mooring.
2.
a charge or payment for the use of moorings.
3.
an act or instance of mooring or the state of being moored.

Origin:
1640–50; moor2 + -age

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moorage (ˈmʊərɪdʒ, ˈmɔːrɪdʒ)
 
n
1.  a place for mooring a vessel
2.  a charge for mooring
3.  the act of mooring

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Example sentences
Please contact the moorage office for more information, or to get an
  application.
Three piers, offering both covered and uncovered moorage.
Commercial moorage is not available as an alternative to the proposed expansion.
In other areas, wave and wind action will damage or destroy moorage facilities.
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