The comprehensive usage of an array of natural or artificial semi-circular breakwaters (SCBs) as supporting structures to secure the floating/fixed structures are received increasingly more consideration in recent years. The performance characteristics of bottom-fixed SCB in the presence of a floating dock are investigated under the framework of linear wave theory. The edge conditions such as continuity of velocity and pressure along the SCB and zero-flow condition near rigid surfaces are adopted. The multi-domain boundary element method (MBEM) is used to examine the wave attenuation performance of the whole breakwater system in two dimensions. The correctness of the present study's numerical results is confirmed by performing the comparative study with the readily available experimental and analytical results reported by various researchers. The reflection, transmission, energy loss coefficients, and fluid force experienced by floating dock are examined as a function of incident wave properties and breakwater physical properties. The Bragg resonant reflection and performance comparison with other shapes are also studied. The study results strongly suggest that the damage of floating structures and leeward locales due to incident wave stroke is minimized with the introduction of porosity for SCB located on the seabed by dissipating the wave energy. A pair of bottom-fixed SCBs having 10–20% breakwater porosity placed far away from the dock is identified as the optimal choice to reduce the fluid force experienced by the dock and wave transmission coefficient.