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air·boat

 (âr′bōt′)
n.
A flatbottom boat powered by an airplane propeller projecting above the stern and used in swamps or shallow waters. Also called swamp boat.

airboat

(ˈɛəˌbəʊt)
n
(Nautical Terms) another name for swamp boat
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The momentum the air boat had gained carried her on over the city toward the sea-bottom beyond.
Only by air boat could the journey be made," I finished aloud.
The two will take a trip to Sawgrass Recreation Park where they'll enjoy an air boat ride.
For about a two-week period in late August, a licensed neighbour with a pontoon air boat begins the harvest.
We've been working really hard on bringing talented Omani sailors up through the project whether it is on the Oman Air boat or as part of our shore crew and it is really paying off with these results.
At this park you will find a boat ramp and parking area, air boat rides, boat rentals, a tackle shop and gift store plus a wildlife center.
No, you can't drive it yourself, but an air boat is inland Florida's quintessential watercraft--the giant "fan" for propulsion lets it zig and zag over shoreline grasslands as easily as the water.
The Marco line of "E" Series electronic reversible pumps and other gear pumps, along with both electric and air boat horns and marine hailers, can be found at GearPumps-n-Horns.
The water sports includes: motor bike riding, and boat riding, hot-air balloons, magic show, puppet show, air gliding, para-jumping, horse riding, camel riding, small zoo, joyland for kids, para-boat, sailing air boat, and motorize gliding.
I may have turned a bit green on the way back with the rear end of the air boat sliding this way and that, but I regained my shore legs within a few minutes of returning to dry land.
We take an air boat ride at Boggy Creek, about 40 minutes drive away, and see golden eagles high in the tree tops - it's too cold to spot any alligators as they're lurking at the bottom of the lake.
That was a sentiment Capt Scott Powell of the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources kept hearing as he tried to evacuate people by air boat.