1. visitor's berth: a berth set aside for the use of visiting vessels.
  2. nautical club: a club for mariners generally associated with other small craft facilities.
  3. boat hoist: a hoist for lifting boats out of the water.
  4. sailmaker: a place where sails are made or may be taken for repair.
  5. boatyard: a place on shore where boats may be built, stored and repaired.
  6. public inn: a public house providing food, drink and accommodation. (The Collins Reference English Dictionary, 1992)
  7. restaurant: a commercial establishment serving food. (The Collins Reference Dictionary, 1992)
  8. chandler: a dealer in ships' supplies. (The Collins Reference Dictionary, 1992)
  9. provisions: a place where food and other such supplies are available.
  10. doctor: a place where a doctor is available to provide medical attention.
  11. pharmacy a place where medical drugs are dispensed.
  12. water tap: a place where fresh water is available.
  13. fuel station: a place where fuel is available.
  14. electricity: a place where a connection to an electrical supply is available.
  15. bottle gas: a place where bottled gas is available.
  16. showers: a place where showers are available.
  17. launderette: a place where there are facilities for washing clothes.
  18. public toilets: a place where toilets are available for public use.
  19. post box: a place where mail may be posted.
  20. public telephone: a place where a telephone is available for public use.
  21. refuse bin: a place where refuse may be dumped.
  22. car park: a place where cars may be parked.
  23. parking for boats and trailers: a place on shore where boats and/or trailers may be parked.
  24. caravan site: a place where caravans may be parked or where caravan accommodation is provided.
  25. camping site: a place where visitors may pitch tents and camp.
  26. sewerage pump-out station: a place where sewerage may be pumped off a vessel.
  27. emergency telephone: a place where a telephone is available for emergency use only.
  28. landing/launching place for boats: a place where boats may be landed or launched.
  29. visitors mooring: a mooring set aside for the use of visiting vessels.
  30. scrubbing berth: a place where vessels may berth for the purpose of careening.
  31. picnic area: a place where people may go to eat a picnic.
  32. mechanics workshop: a place wher mechanical repairs can be undertaken to engines or other vessel equipment.
  33. guard and/ or security service: a place where a vessels is patrlled by a security service or stored in a secure lockup.
  34. guard and/ or security service