amphibious vehicle


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Synonyms for amphibious vehicle

a flat-bottomed motor vehicle that can travel on land or water

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It is cheaper than other amphibious vehicles, which cost as much as P3 million, Ronquillo says.
Summary: Gliding across water and land, amphibious vehicles showcase what is possible
A sightseeing bus operator is planning to launch amphibious vehicle tours of Tokyo next fall, envisioning routes starting from Tokyo Sky Tree, which will open to the public in May, or Tokyo Station.
Left: This Crayford Argocat amphibious vehicle was available for hire from a Denbighshire company in September 1989.
But it's not all about business; he has also set a number of world records, including making the first crossing of the Atlantic Ocean in a hot-air balloon and making the fastest crossing of the English Channel by an amphibious vehicle.
Made by the world's largest amphibious vehicle manufacturer with customers from Dubai to New Zealand, the craft are only now available in the U.
The record for the fastest crossing of the English Channel has been broken by an amphibious vehicle, called Tonic, which sped from Dover to Calais in just under 75 minutes.
In proper military parlance, the "duck boat" actually is a DUKW, an amphibious vehicle first used by the Army during World War II.
A refurbished amphibious vehicle (capacity of 32-35 passengers) is sought by Las Lunas Restaurant, established in 2005, and now expanding services to include guided tours in the Department of La Union area, both in the city and in La Union bay.
He produced a model of an amphibious vehicle which would race around a race track partly on land and partly on water to create an exciting new spectator sport.
Intrepid adventurer Sir Richard Branson yesterday scored a quick revenge on the French by smashing their record for crossing the Channel in an amphibious vehicle.
Sir Richard Branson yesterday on his way to scoring a quick revenge on the French by smashing their record for crossing the Channel in an amphibious vehicle.
Intrepid adventurer Sir Richard Branson was taking on a new challenge today - setting the fastest crossing of the Channel by an amphibious vehicle.
Sir Richard Branson once again attempted to break another world record, this time the fastest crossing of the English Channel by an amphibious vehicle.
We slowly glided past a junked trailer, the first sign of "life" in a half hour, and then a giant amphibious vehicle, rusting out in the elements.
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