canal boat


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canal boat

[kə′nal ‚bōt]
(naval architecture)
A long, narrow boat used on canals, with nearly vertical bow and stern giving it a large cargo capacity.
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Merseyside youth groups and schools use the boats for canal boat residentials and day trips
LITTER PROTEST: Furious canal boat owners with Cllr Val Stone (front, centre).
UNBOWED: Celebrating youngsters from the award winning Canal Boat Adventure project and (right) the burned -out boat after arsonists struck
Sarah Green has been working as a volunteer co-ordinator with the Llangollen Canal Boat Trust
The Canal Boat Adventure Project, situated at Preston Brook, has a fleet of boats dedicated to providing activities for young people.
Bishops, worshippers and teams of evangelists will take to the waterways in four canal boats next July on a mission to make contact with communities throughout the county.
BRIGHT NIGHT...last year's colourful Christmas Canal Boat Light Parade.
British Gas is warning holidaymakers of the fatal risks of using gas heaters in confined spaces such as tents and canal boats.
The small, market towns were pleasant enough, but the joy of a canal boat holiday is just to drift along in the countryside, occasionally passing a road or even suddenly going under a motorway, but generally just watching the animals in the quiet fields.
thousands of people line the towpath for the annual Broad Street canal boat light parade from the NIA to the Mailbox.
FIRE crews from across Warwickshire raced to a report of a fire on a canal boat yesterday.
A Midland family were receiving hospital treatment for burns yesterday after they were injured in a canal boat explosion.