Definition of single-anchor leg mooring

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single-anchor leg mooring

'single-anchor leg mooring' is an military term. It means '(DOD) A mooring facility dedicated to the offshore petroleum discharge system. Once installed, it permits a tanker to remain on station and pump in much higher sea states than is possible with a spread moor. Also called SALM. See also offshore petroleum discharge system'.

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