A harbor or haven where ships may anchor, or that side of the vessel on the left hand or a person who stands on board facing the bow.

See also:
"Port" is in the NAICS Code "48831"
  Port and Harbor Operations

"Port" is in the CPC Code "6761"
  Port and waterway operation services (excl. cargo handling)

"Port" is in the UNSPSC Code "43211603"
  Port replicators

Ref: 84766/2006-08-24

 


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