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Harbour construction takes place to develop a port for boats to harbour, for freight ships to dock for loading and unloading and for trawlers to take to the waters and fish. Harbours can be man made or natural. A natural harbour is a large body of water that is protected and deep enough for a boat to make anchorage. Man-made harbours are frequently constructed to be more

Harbour construction takes place to develop a port for boats to harbour, for freight ships to dock for loading and unloading and for trawlers to take to the waters and fish. Harbours can be man made or natural. A natural harbour is a large body of water that is protected and deep enough for a boat to make anchorage. Man-made harbours are frequently constructed to be used as ports. An ideal port will be located to protect ships from the wind and waves, with easy access to and from the harbour by canal or river. Most ports are located along the coast, but some ports are miles inland and only accessible by canal or river.

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