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motorboat

any boat powered by a motor

motorboat

[′mōd·ər‚bōt]
(naval architecture)
A boat propelled by an internal combustion engine or an electric motor. Also known as autoboat.
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ReachLocal has wholly optimised St George Motor Boat Club's web presence.
In this case, Donheffner, the director, entered into the ban agreement with the Forest Service and also with the State Land Board, which also agreed to set aside the issue of ownership of the lake bed and endorse a motor boat ban.
45am, the crew had to dash when they were called to assist a 17-foot motor boat off Friars Bay.
The event - organised by the Classic Motor Boat Association of Great Britain (CMBA) - saw the boats from across the UK on display on the harbour pontoons, before they jetted out to show off their moves on the waters of the Bay.
The motor boat ignored a series of non-lethal warnings as the ship approached the Rappahannock, in the waters near the UAE port of Jebel Ali, US Naval Forces Central Command said in a statement.
But supporters of the ban, including attorney Peter Frost of the Western Environmental Law Center, said motor boat enthusiasts would not be deprived.
We build boats across the spectrum of motor boats and will be welcoming visitors aboard the range so they can experience first hand the elegance and quality Cranchi work tirelessly to achieve.
TURKEY Exclusive Escapes (020 8605 3500) offers seven nights' B&B ex- Manchester Aug 26 to Dalaman at pounds 650, incl flights, transfers, two full day sea cruises by motor boat and traditional gulet and luxury boutique accom high in mountains.
The four sailors feared they would not survive when the hull of their motor boat ruptured 200 miles off the Isle of Lewis.
Hyong Kum Kim, 46, of Burbank and his nephew Dae Kye Kim, 35, of Pasadena were declared missing after their 22-foot Aqua Sport motor boat was abandoned at 4 p.
On July 29, 1907, Baden-Powell, his nephew, and some boys from London made the two-mile crossing by motor boat to the island.
She and the other passengers had become marooned in rough seas on a broken-down motor boat off the paradise island of Bali.