cabin cruiser


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cabin cruiser

n.
A powerboat with a cabin that has living accommodations.

cabin cruiser

n
(Nautical Terms) a power boat fitted with a cabin and comforts for pleasure cruising or racing

cab′in cruis`er


n.
a power-driven pleasure boat having a cabin equipped for living aboard.
[1920–25]
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Noun1.cabin cruiser - a large motorboat that has a cabin and plumbing and other conveniences necessary for living on boardcabin cruiser - a large motorboat that has a cabin and plumbing and other conveniences necessary for living on board
motorboat, powerboat - a boat propelled by an internal-combustion engine
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DEATH SCENE Cabin cruiser is prepared for examination at Ocean Terminal yesterday as a crowd of onlookers gather WITNESS Lawrie Johnston
Bernie Kemble, watch manager at Swansea Maritime Rescue Co-ordination Centre, said: "We were aware of the cabin cruiser on passage from Swansea to Porthcawl and had made contact with them on a mobile phone for reassurance of their safety, as we were concerned with their inadequate navigation lighting and safety equipment aboard.
29pm both boats from Rhyl were launched after an 18ft foot cabin cruiser with four persons on board, who had reported their engine had failed off Kinmel Bay.
The cabin cruiser had been left tied up a short distance ahead of my boat.
A CABIN cruiser had to be towed to safety by the RNLI after it developed engine trouble.
thatched cottage on the banks of a river with a brand new white cabin cruiser moored alongside.
A PILOT escaped serious injury when his helicopter crashed into a loch while searching for his missing cabin cruiser.
He especially loved to spend time on his cabin cruiser on the Connecticut River in South Hadley.
There were no reported casualties from the incident involving the small cabin cruiser "Dignity" that sailed from Cyprus late on Monday.
For instance, when it's just taken you two goes before successfully mooring a cabin cruiser, nothing eases your embarrassment so much as seeing someone else who takes three or four attempts.
They were among a group of three who are understood to have got into difficulties after leaving theNorth Yorkshire harbour in a 22ft cabin cruiser yesterday morning.
Fire investigation officers revealed the blaze on a cabin cruiser, which was moored near a marina in the Fazeley area of Tamworth, was caused by a paraffin lamp being knocked over and sparking the blaze.