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Synonyms for rowboat

a small boat of shallow draft with cross thwarts for seats and rowlocks for oars with which it is propelled

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The two farms have a common dock, and the twins have a motorboat, with which they taunt Benni in his rowboat.
Reconstruction of Estella Clain school in Notre Dame des Champs in Rowboat Saint-Leu recovery lot no14: metalworkThe construction project is located in the town of Saint-Leu, the Lifeboat Saint-Leu, Begue on Alexander Road.
He still needs a benefactor to purchase an ocean rowboat and related expenses, which he intends to row from Las Palmas, Canary Islands to New York's Brooklyn Bridge in his fourth bid for an AIDS-free generation.
To power the 29-foot-long, six-foot wide rowboat, the team will rotate between the two rowing positions, each rowing two hours on and two hours off for 24 hours a day.
He enjoyed assembling birdhouses, light houses and an 8' rowboat in his back yard.
The petite rowboat boasts intricate engravings all over, promoting Skovbo's handiwork from functional watercraft to art.
The letter, which will be sold with Miss Francatelli's life-preserver signed by the 10 men and two women on board the rowboat, is estimated at .
Mr Toad, Ratty, Mole and Badger in a rowboat on the lake and none in lifejackets.
The action runs from the mid-Atlantic to the Great Lakes, and readers find themselves struggling in a rowboat in icy water, pounding across the ocean in the world's fastest racing yacht, or being pounded to pieces in a winter gale.
A 1965 photo shows a rowboat floating in flooded Yucca Street.
A man needed to take a fox, a goose, and a bag of corn across a river in a rowboat.
Shepherded gently by Rome Quezada as the father figure, a little child in blue sleepers wanders under the moon among brightly dressed young women, rides a rowboat, and pulls about a splendid sort of rocking horse.
Mark had an ancient rowboat that he used to get around the lagoon - he always had to be on the water.
Two years later, three nuns from San Francisco set out to do just that, reaching the site in a rowboat manned by four Miwok Indians.