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longboat

1. the largest boat carried aboard a commercial sailing vessel
2. another term for longship
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Bruso has received an exemption to play in the Long Boat Key Open, a West Florida Golf Tour event, Nov.
Reports say passengers on the 15-meter long boat were mainly refugees from Syria and Iraq attempting to enter Europe.
Coastguards sent a local lifeboat crew to help and it eventually towed the unnamed cops' 17-metre long boat back to the same port later that afternoon.
Charting the Unknown: Family, Fear, and One Long Boat Ride tells of an author who in her mid-thirties felt lost and rediscovered a list of dreams that inspired her to confront and overcome her fears.
On a recent visit to the Natural History Museum, I discovered that there was, in fact, a J McCarthy who captained a viking long boat during an invasion of 1243.
People on long-term moorings have to pay Band A council tax - currently pounds 675 a year in Birmingham - and mooring fees of pounds 67 per metre, which works out at pounds 1,206 annually for an average 18-metre long boat
At the top of the page, you can browse at two diving points; beach and shore diving or boat diving - the first being recommended for those weary of long boat rides.
Lewis loves to swim and go for long boat rides with his father.
A major showpiece will be the James Caird, the 23-foot long boat in which Shackleton travelled 1,200 kilometres across of one of the stormiest: seas in the world.
28 metre long boat also has a carbon fibre hull and mast and is capable of speeds of up to 35 knots and of covering an average of 400 miles daily.
The Electrical Products Group 2010 Annual Conference on Tuesday, May 18, 2010, in Long Boat Key, Fla.
KUWAIT, June 18 (KUNA) -- A diving team from Kuwait Science Club (KSC) managed to retrieve a 22-feet long boat that capsized near the fishermen's Diwaniya at Al-Kut marina on Saturday.