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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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Tauck, a travel company that offers guided tours, is to add two new riverboats to its European riverboat fleet next year.
The Miss Bennet package costs pounds 149 per night for two adults and includes bed, breakfast and dinner at The Swan, electric riverboat hire and entry into Basildon Park.
Ray Senft, who was the former owner of Red River Construction, while on holiday in Mexico, was inspired by the Mississippi style riverboats that operated there.
Often referred to as the "Father of Riverboat Gaming," Goldstein received the American Gaming Association's "Top Performing CEO of the Year" honor in 2001.
Toss in the approval of riverboats in Kentucky and the picture gets even more cloudy.
For the Binkley family of Fairbanks, who own Riverboat Discovery, navigating sternwheelers through shifty river waters is as real today - and as fantastic - as it was for Mark Twain when he described life on the Mississippi River long ago.
I'm told that one of the busiest days on the riverboats is the day after Social Security checks arrive.
The riverboats on Ohio's rivers would be tax-revenue generators.