pedalo

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pedalo

(ˈpɛdələʊ)
n, pl -los or -loes
a pleasure craft driven by pedal-operated paddle wheels
[C20: from pedal1]
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pedalo

[ˈpedələʊ] N (pedalos or pedaloes (pl)) → patín m a pedal
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pedal(l)o

nTretboot nt
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pedalo

[ˈpɛdələʊ] npedalò m inv
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New designs in polyethylene-based pedal boats from companies like Nauticraft, which makes modernized pedal boats, and Hydrobike, which makes ones using a bike frame set atop two floats, are helping a growing number of converts achieve speeds as fast as 10 miles per hour on leg power alone.
As one may Imagine, there are a variety of water sports on hand and a number of boats to rent, from pontoons to fishing boats to sailboats, canoes, paddle boats and boards, kayaks, and even hydrobikes. Beachfront bonfires make evenings more enjoyable for the whole family.