cabin cruiser


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cabin cruiser

a power boat fitted with a cabin and comforts for pleasure cruising or racing
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A fire boat was launched and firefighters were able to approach the 30ft cabin cruiser and rescue six people.
Also, I can understand how I could have believed that I could make the old boat-which I had bought for 75 dollars from a gas station parking lot-seaworthy, as I had spent years watching my parents repair and paint their cabin cruisers. What is surprising is how young we were when we made this trip.
GO FOR IT: A 2-4 berth cabin cruiser from ABC Boats, who have bases at Belturbet and Aghinver, costs from PS740 a week.
Built in Essex by Viking Cruisers, the 24ft-long cabin cruiser is powered by a 30hp outboard motor and comes with the latest navigation aids and equipment.
Lifeboat crews were called to the 26ft long cabin cruiser a mile off the coast of Castle Point at around 10.26am.
Captain Monty Montague, in his cabin cruiser, together with his water skiing wife turned up to entertain families at Teesside Shopping Park yesterday.
Thomas Stoner and ECOs Bruce Hummel and Paul Blanton were startled by a 35-foot cabin cruiser speeding past within 15 feet of their vessel.
A YOUNG woman has been left homeless after her cabin cruiser was destroyed in an arson attack.
It is believed one of the adults went to get help but did not return so the other followed, leaving the teenager on the cabin cruiser. Police said: "Both deaths are currently being treated as unexplained though police are not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident."
DEATH SCENE Cabin cruiser is prepared for examination at Ocean Terminal yesterday as a crowd of onlookers gather WITNESS Lawrie Johnston
She would douse their wooden cabin cruiser with gasoline, spark the flames with his father's lighter, cut the lines, cast their boat ablaze into the river.
A CABIN cruiser had to be rescued after the vessel's engines failed leaving it adrift off the coast.