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riverboat

[′riv·ər‚bōt]
(naval architecture)
A vessel used on a river, such as a shallow-draft passenger boat, barge, towboat, or rowboat.
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River boats carried revelers on the San Antonio to and from many party locations.
Keith Steele did other things to help spread public awareness of the McKenzie River boat.
The City of Angels is filled with temples, palaces, parks, markets, lively bars, restaurants, river boats, massage parlours, snake farms, red light districts, tourists, monks and lady boys
Launching on August 15, the river boat will have 14 suites, all with private balconies and fans, full length sliding shutters, mosquito screens and fine finishes.
The day's events also involved staff and visitors racing down the slope in cardboard boxes as they replicated the famous dry river boat race held in Alice Springs every year.
An overloaded river boat sank in the Democratic Republic of Congo, killing 13 people, while 18 others are still missing, UN-backed Radio Okapi has reported.
The Saint John River Boat was a familiar sight two hundred years ago when the Saint John River was the only means of transporting bulk cargo inland to settlers upriver.
She was later picked up off rocks by a river boat pilot after Lindsay, 33, and Julie raised the alarm.
Read the article on the ``Bainbridge Mudhen,'' a seaworthy craft that is ``a 9-foot cross between a banks dory and a MacKenzie river boat.
The filly is named after the casino which operates from a nearby river boat.
The Arkansas River Boat Owners Club, in contrast, is a club for area yacht owners.
Today's River boat Discovery caters to tourists and one of the state's top attractions.