narrow boat


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narrow boat

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(Nautical Terms) a long narrow bargelike boat with a beam of 2.1 m (7 ft) or less, used on canals
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Noun1.narrow boat - a long boat that carries freight and is narrow enough to be used in canalsnarrow boat - a long boat that carries freight and is narrow enough to be used in canals
boat - a small vessel for travel on water
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Now this rock it has met has been a long and narrow boat, manned by six or eight men, who have surprised and plundered it, some dark and stormy night, near some desert and gloomy island, as bandits plunder a carriage in the recesses of a forest.
A GANG of us are thinking about a narrow boat holiday for the first time next year but we are not sure if it is for us.
The Narrow Boat at Weedon, Northampton impressed the judges with their big portions of Herefordshire beef and lamb, as well as mini hog roast pork.
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e two-day event has been organised by the Canal and River Trust and the Historic Narrow Boat Club and will see visitors on Saturday and Sunday given the chance to get up close and personal with the narrowboat Swift.
You can base yourself in the heart of the action by hiring a narrow boat moored in the centre of the city.
ANNA and Colin Borthwick decided to buy and live on a boat following two very successful narrow boat holidays.
Llangollen Wharf offers a unique location to hold your Christmas party this year, aboard the iconic Thomas Telford motor narrow boat across the Pontcysllte Aqueduct, 126 feet over the River Dee.
MORE people in Wales are likely to spend their annual summer holiday on a narrow boat rather than go abroad, research has revealed.
It has joined forces with London-based architectural ironmonger Harbrine to commission a freight narrow boat, which will be used to supply goods to construction projects at the Olympic site.