A dock yard has a ship / dock here, https://www.openstreetmap.org/#map=19/40.72816/29.86502 , at the left-side is a floating dock and the ship / dock is on the right-side. Both vessels, so called submersibles, are visible in edit mode. The ship sinks like a dock to support a vessel or more for transportation purposes by it self and a floating - dock needs tugs for transportation.

asked 05 Nov '17, 12:34

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If it is always in the same location, I would say yes it should be mapped and tagged. If it moves around, no.

I see on the @40.7283508,29.8692944,706m/data=!3m1!1e3">current Google imagery, the one on the left has moved, so I'd personally be hesitant to map that one. Would be nice to go through older imagery and compare.

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answered 06 Nov '17, 16:42

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Hi, thats why I 've asked it. Every drydock (floating) is pracically a ship floating on water with or without the abaillity to move on his own power. So there 2 options change and add the Wiki pages or remove the pages from the Wiki.Since the one without power has a page in the Wiki, for now I would add a description.

(06 Nov '17, 20:53) Hendrikklaas
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