pleasure craft

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a large motorboat that has a cabin and plumbing and other conveniences necessary for living on board

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Supply and delivery of fuels (diesel and unleaded 95) intended for the refueling of the pleasure boats of the 2 marinas of brest: The marina of the white mill and the marina of the castle.
TOKYO, Sept 5, 2017 - (JCN Newswire) - The Japan Marine Recreation Association (JMRA) and Fujitsu Limited today announced the deployment of a cloud-based emergency position reporting system developed by Fujitsu for JMRA's pleasure boat rescue service, the Boat Assistance Network (BAN).
In another accident, a Niigata Coast Guard Office patrol boat found a capsized pleasure boat floating about 4 kilometers from the mouth of the Agano River in the city of Niigata at around 3:20 p.
THE little pleasure boat, MV Coronia, helped evacuate 900 men from the beaches of Dunkirk during the Second World War.
More than pleasure boats might be at issue: A decision against Norwegian Cruise Lines could also logically extend to all merchant marine vessels, which tend to register under foreign flags precisely to avoid this sort of U.
We have a lot of pleasure boats and divers here and the lifeboats are often called out.
274(a)(1)(A), such as vacation homes or pleasure boats (possibly providing significant benefits for companies with the proper facts).
Watch pleasure boats drift by and the ever-changing colors of the bay as the attentive-to-a-fault bartenders mix up one (or several) of 250 martinis on the menu.
The company's 20 employees meticulously hand-build 12 custom racing and pleasure boats each year.
The EU Council of Ministers formally approved, on May 19, the agreement reached in conciliation with the European Parliament on the proposal for a Directive relating to pollution by pleasure boats.
In fact, according to Lee, because boats invariably operate at the end of watersheds, it is often difficult to isolate the contributions of pleasure boats in general from those of other nonpoint pollution sources.
Between town centre and the old port is a sea canal, now used only by pleasure boats, and it was across this that the city decided to build a bridge to connect east and west of the centre.
The New York Times reported in February that the number of manatees killed in watercraft-related accidents has been steadily rising, along with the number of pleasure boats.
Thousands of pleasure boats use the canal each year.
By the 1960s, Communists got the masses not just onto pleasure boats for day-trips but into the countryside and onto Baltic beaches for substantial stays.