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longship

a narrow open vessel with oars and a square sail, used esp by the Vikings during medieval times
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Our long boats are now equipped with Torqeedo engines and our local Papuan staff is trained for the operations.
A page called Europe Travels advertises weekly trips in 82 metre long boats with food, water and mattresses provided.
When finished, Phase 1 facilities will offer 100 wet berths for up to 55-foot long boats, a 190 dry berth for trailer storage under shades, a large slipway for boats and jet skis, fuelling and retail facilities, two maintenance workshops, and a marina Club House with games room, coffee shops and other amenities," Al-Tamimi added.
Twenty one teams in fancy dress battled it out in traditional Chinese long boats along the Fazeley canal for the annual fundraising event on Saturday.
This race is considered one of the most difficult races as the crews sail in their 30-feet long boats round the coastal line in France.
Stuart Irvine is joining the crew of one of the 10 specially built, 68 ft long boats taking part in the Clipper 09/10 Round the World Yacht Race.
Copenhagen's heady blend of designer stores, palaces and funfair parks are in stark contrast with Oslo's Vigeland statues, Stave churches and Viking long boats.
A bell-boat is like two long boats attached with twelve seats and it took a lot of energy!
But short of phoning the coastguard and putting out an all-points bulletin for any ginger-haired marauding hordes in long boats, there's not much more she can do.
"They'll be coming over in their long boats, but going home with long faces.
And spectators lined the riverbank to cheer on the 22-member crews in their 40ft long boats.
* Not later than four years after the directive's entry into force for 18-24 metres long boats; and