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rowing boat

Chiefly Brit a small boat propelled by one or more pairs of oars
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Rachel Dodd says she's had to remove her fleet of rowing boats
Picture: STE Rowing boats on Newsham Park lake in 1914 PICTURE: STEPHEN GUY
Old Anna, Southwold Harbour, shows an abandoned rowing boat, with things growing out of it, and Weekend Sailors, Blakeney, is a row of boats awaiting their visitors.
Dragon boats, stable rowing boats, a Celtic Longboat and St Ayles skiffs all joined the iconic but gruelling 25km rowing event last year.
Sarah Weldon plans to leave Henley in May next year in a specially designed rowing boat, row down the Thames and then anti-clockwise around the UK, retracing a route the Vikings took more than 1,000 years ago.
Firefighters will be given a motorised boat and a rowing boat to rescue people trapped by flood waters.
IT is good to see Barry council using their initiative to bring back the paddle boats and rowing boats to the lake at Cold Knap.
Cinemagoers dressed in Edwardian costume and sat in rowing boats surrounded by fake icebergs for a screening of the movie Titanic at a swimming pool in London yesterday.
An 1898 coal-fired steam launch is available by private charter and you can also hire rowing boats, punts and electric motor boats.
ROWING boats will be racing out of the harbour in Porthmadog this weekend.
The disaster, which spelled the end of island life in the Galway islands Inishbofin and Inishkea, happened when the fisherman were out night-fishing for mackerel in flimsy rowing boats.
Recreational navigation incorporates a wide range of water-borne activities including the use of powerboats, yachts, sailing dinghies, rowing boats, canoes, personal watercraft and jet skis.