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Boathouse

A structure for storing boats when not in use; generally built at the water’s edge or partly over water and sometimes including provisions for social activities.

boathouse

A structure for storing boats when not in use; generally built at the water’s edge, often partly over the water; sometimes has provisions for social activities.
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The question before the class was whether a fire loss to the boathouse was covered under Coverage B of the insured's ISO Homeowners' policy (HO 00 03 05 11).
My goodbye shots, therefore turned out to be pretty, with birds resting on stilts, locals rowing their boats and a new group of tourists beginning their boathouse cruise.
The couple used the wood throughout their boathouse, adding yet another unique, personal touch to the house.
The Boathouse, Pembrokeshire This stylish getaway is on the Teifi Estuary in St Dogmaels, just two miles from Poppit Sands.
Within a decade of the film being shot, the pit heap and bridge, the fishermen, their boats and boathouses - as well as the neighbouring village of North Seaton Colliery - had all vanished.
EARLY IN THE MORNING on March 30, a fast-moving fire swept through a privately owned boathouse at Squalicum Harbor, taking the life of Jim Langei and his wife Sterling Taylor, who lived aboard a vessel in the boathouse.
The boathouses originated in the late 1800s as cabins built on to old lifeboats from ships for the salmon fishermen from Stockton to live in during salmon fishing season.
Well, now you may have your chance as a Swansea estate agent begins marketing Rhossili Boathouse.
Now, he manufactures customized docks and boathouse systems for wealthy cottage owners, about 60 per cent of whom are Americans.
For them, the physical appearance of the boathouses refl ected presumed moral conditions within.
Most people had fled their homes before the first pyroclastic flow swooshed through town, swirled over the cliff, and surged into the boathouses.
Pavilion and boathouses are linked by a pedestrian walkway to the grandstand which overlooks the course finishing line.