Of maritime term, the stranding consists in letting the ship be posed on the sea-bed.
The stranding is voluntary , for example to careen the hull of a ship; whereas the ''' failure ''' is undergone, for example at the time of a shipwreck, or a missed operation.
In the seas with tide, one calls harbor dry a port where the height of water is insufficient with low tide so that the ships continue to float: they thus rest with low tide on the bottom. These ports are thus accessible only during part of time.
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