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To let go altogether.

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LET GO

To set free, let loose, or cast off (of anchors, lines, etc.)

SLIP ROPE

A mooring line led from the vessel to the shore and then back to the vessel. It can be let go and retrieved from on board the vessel as it departs.

WALK OUT

To let go an anchor under control of the windlass motor.

ATS

Actual Time of Sailing-Can refer to the Last Line time (the time the last mooring line is let go from shore or can in some case refer to the time the vessel departed the port limits.

LAST LINE

The time recorded when the last mooring line attaching the vessel to the pier, terminal, or mooring is let go and brought aboard. The official time the vessel left the berth, pier or mooring.

LET GO TUG

Means: to cast off the lines that secure the tug to the ship.

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