rowing boat


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rowing boat

Chiefly Brit a small boat propelled by one or more pairs of oars
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Lawrence started to be dragged under as his chest high waders filled with water when his rowing boat capsized.
But the prospect of going 3,000 miles in a rowing boat doesn't worry her.
The rowing boat, complete with jetty, is the centrepiece of a flower display on New Bridge Street in Newcastle.
A single rowing boat had been set on fire and had been destroyed by flames by the time the crew arrived.
The historic William Riley rowing boat set sail from Tynemouth on Thursday at the start of a four-day trip to Whitby, North Yorkshire.
Cerys, who went to school in Fishguard, told them: "I'm happy to be your president...just as long as I don't have to set foot in a rowing boat."
THE organist of Britain's smallest cathedral yesterday completed a 100-mile trip across Scotland's canals in a rowing boat to raise cash for a new organ.
NEWS presenter Sue Turton told last night of her terror when an 80ft river cruiser ploughed into her rowing boat and sank it.
The pair, who were in a small rowing boat, rowed over to the youngsters - two girls and a boy - who were swimming.
The designers also cut a rowing boat in half to form a seat.
Gary Morgan was fishing from the pier at South Shields, Tyneside, when he saw a rowing boat capsize half a mile from shore.
1866: Station first established at Mumbles Head with crew using open rowing boat.