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speedboat

a high-speed motorboat having either an inboard or outboard motor
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This after Mujiv Hataman, Basilan congressman and former ARMM top executive, turned over Sunday a twin-engine speedboat for Westmincom's seaborne patrols.
The regional maritime authority said a rescue operation was launched after a witness reported seeing the speedboat in trouble about 800 metres off the coast in the English Channel.
The clip shows the person whizzing about on the speedboat as the flood waters reached a few metres up the playing field's trees.
Mr Bu Onk said most of these speedboat owners who are amateur Bahraini fishermen can't afford to pay the docking fees at luxurious clubs and resorts.
"The speedboat had launched earlier in the day from Pwllheli.
She died after she was flung from his speedboat on December 8, 2015.
Shepherd went on the run and was convicted in his absence last year of killing Charlotte Brown, 24, when the speedboat they were in overturned in the Thames.
The appearance of the speedboat was answered by the chief designer of Daimler AG, Gorden Wagener, and the construction of the boat was carried out by Cigarette specialists.
Recovered from the blast area were pieces of orange polyvinyl chloride pipes and parts of the speedboats. No one was reported hurt in the incident.
A WEB designer convicted of killing his date in a speedboat crash launched an appeal, despite being on the run.
THE family of 24-year-old Charlotte Brown who was killed when she was thrown from a speedboat belonging to Jack Shepherd have pleaded with him to attend court to face sentence.