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in·board

 (ĭn′bôrd′)
adj.
1. Nautical Within the hull or toward the center of a vessel.
2. Relatively close to the fuselage of an aircraft: the inboard engines.
n. Nautical
A motor mounted inside the hull of a boat.

in′board′ adv.

inboard

(ˈɪnˌbɔːd)
adj
1. (Nautical Terms) (esp of a boat's motor or engine) situated within the hull. Compare outboard1
2. (Aeronautics) situated between the wing tip of an aircraft and its fuselage: an inboard engine.
adv
towards the centre line of or within a vessel, aircraft, etc

in•board

(ˈɪnˌbɔrd, -ˌboʊrd)

adj.
1. located inside a hull or aircraft.
2. located nearer the center, as of an airplane.
3. (of a motorboat) having the motor inboard.
adv.
4. inside or toward the longitudinal axis or center of a hull, aircraft, machine, etc.
[1840–50]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.inboard - located within the hull or nearest the midline of a vessel or aircraft; "the inboard flaps on the wing"
outboard - located away from the midline of a vessel or aircraft; "the outboard section of a wing"; "outboard rigging"
Translations

inboard

[ˈɪnbɔːd] ADJ [engine] → interior

inboard

(Naut)
adjInnenbord-; inboard motorInnenbordmotor m
advbinnenbords
nInnenbordmotor m

inboard

[ˈɪnˌbɔːd] n (also inboard motor) → entrobordo m inv
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Boats were classified into three types: boats with an inboard motor (IM), represented by small fiber or wood fishing boats with engine power ranging from 15 to 33 HP and larger trawling activity fishing boats (120 HP); boats with an outboard motor (OM), represented by aluminum boats (15 to 25 HP), fiber boats (40 to 150 HP), and jet skis (130 to 260 HP); and boats without a motor (WM) represented by canoes, stand up paddleboards, kayaks and small sailing boats.
There were two boats moored close-by on that occasion, apparently abandoned, one an open boat with an inboard motor, which may have been the one we saw in the gorge years earlier, the other a much bigger ferry-type hull, obviously for carrying larger loads.
After cutting and welding a section of drive shaft coming from the engine, he went to a local marina and found an old inboard motor shaft.
new inboard motor cruisers, benefited most from the consumer trends,