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rowing boat

Chiefly Brit a small boat propelled by one or more pairs of oars
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New Zealand builds some of the best rowing boats in the world, but it's challenging getting the brand Into the overseas market.
It consists of 30 pen and watercolour works focusing on her love of boats, whether abandoned and left to decay, colourful fishing boats, sleek yachts or rowing boats.
A spokeswoman for Northumberland Fire and Rescue Service said: "A rowing boat had got into difficulty on the weir at Hexham Bridge.
Weldon will sleep onboard the boat, which is similar in design to other ocean rowing boats, but is smaller and lighter with a smaller cabin.
Howard Holmes and Sarah Garg, of the Pennine Canoe and Rowing Club, take out Mabel, |believed to be the first competition rowing boat to be on the River Calder at Battyeford, Mirfield, since the 1860s.
Former coach Bobby, 90, handed over the rowing boat to the ace yesterday.
Mr Pritchard said: "A rowing boat was caught out by strong offshore winds and the three men on board were struggling to make it back to shore.
Edwin Hendriks, Project Manager for Building, Infrastructure and Sport at DSM, commented: "To improve the performance of the Dutch Olympic rowing boat, we used TeXtreme carbon fabric in combination with DSM's styrene-free Turane resins.
Antiques dealer Mr Mynott and his three-year-old son were killed when their rowing boat tipped over a fast flowing weir on the River Avon at Barford, Warwickshire.
John Haskell and Jamie Windsor have passed the halfway mark of their 3,000-mile journey in a rowing boat from Gran Canaria to Barbados raising funds for charity