Peter boat

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a fishing boat, sharp at both ends, originally of the Baltic Sea, but now common in certain English rivers.

See also: Peter

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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My wife played the game, picking the fabulously upmarket sticky toffee pudding, topped by what I can only describe as an edible flying saucer and a sort of caramel filigree affair reminiscent of the Blue Peter boat.
They didn't know that the Blue Peter boat was called Barnacle Bill -I knew that, even without my answer card!
Scandals have repeatedly rocked the trusty Blue Peter boat, condemning hapless presenters to career purgatory as quickly as you can yell "Shep."
They are also often referred to as Peter Boats (Saint Peter being the patron saint of fishermen).