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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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The court, presided over by Chief Judge Sameh Shaker, ordered the confiscation of the petroleum products along with the motor boats used in smuggling the inflammable items.
The motor boats, he said were banned due to its hazards for causing pollution in
Manager Lake View Park, Ibrar Butt informed that the jetty was closed by ICT administration and the matter of motor boats ban was sub judice.
Sail and Motor Boats: Easy Solutions to Onboard Problems offers a fine solution-based survey from a seasoned sailor who uses his years of experience to consider safety and sailboat challenges, from rigging to lights, anchors, electronics and waste systems.
Additional 50 motor boats procured from Karachi have started arriving in the provincial metropolis and Risalpur and the same were being dispatched to the affected areas.
The issue of banning motor boats on the pristine lake in the cascades, 70 miles east of Eugene-Springfield, has been a long-standing source of contention in Lane County.
The 17 walkers wore life jackets and motor boats fished out the unlucky two who slipped.
Normal drink/drive laws apply to commercial sailors but not to those behind the wheel of recreational motor boats or yachts.
Vote for Bolinas to be a socially acknowledged nature-loving town because to like to drink the water out of the lakes to like to eat the blueberries to like the bears is not hatred to hotels and motor boats. Dakar.
A WOMAN was taken to hospital with serious head injuries last night after two motor boats collided on Loch Lomond.
The fatality rate for canoes and kayaks is almost twice that of those on personal watercraft and almost four times higher than open motor boats.