rowboat


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

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Anatolio Ndong Mba, Ambassador for the Permanent Mission of Equatorial Guinea to the United Nations will begin the process of gifting the rowboat to the UN.
It occurred to me that I could hang [the motor] on the transom of a rowboat, attach a propeller to it, and drive a boat," Waterman recalled.
We anchored about 200 yards from the mouth and transferred ourselves and gear to the rowboat.
Mooney's first trans-Atlantic attempt, in 2006, ended when a 24-foot, wooden rowboat he'd built himself sank off the West African coast just hours after he'd pushed off from a beach in Senegal.
Summary: An American adventurer's bid to float across the Atlantic to Europe in a rowboat suspended .
Registration also is under way for the Yaquina Run-Off, a race for non-motorized boats (kayak, canoe, rowboat, stand-up paddle board, etc.
That means she is to stay on her small rowboat for the duration of the 80-100-day trip, with only enough provisions to sustain her life for the duration of the journey.
8 meter rowboat for up to three months starting in mid-June.
The fact that famed seafarer Piri Reis had a world map that showed this island as a rowboat has even led to assertions that it was in fact Turks who discovered America.
Hylas manages to reach the ocean, and, still chased by warriors, steals a rowboat and escapes under cover of fog.
Since she left the UK on April 1, 2011, Outen has travelled 11,000-miles across Europe, Central Asia, China, Russia and Japan using a bicycle, a kayak and a rowboat.
In "Boat," the feathered spokesduck is enjoying a day on the pond with two gentlemen in a rowboat.
It's an image familiar to millions of Americans: General George Washington standing in a rowboat on Christmas Day, as he leads his troops across the Delaware River from Pennsylvania to New Jersey, in 1776.
Building your own flat-packed, rowboat, or sailboat is now an easy task.
The rowboat is probably a water taxi, and the man standing is most likely a paying passenger, maybe the captain of one of the cargo ships.