water taxi

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water taxi

n.
A ferryboat that takes passengers to a variety of possible destinations instead of operating over a fixed route.

wa′ter tax′i


n.
a motorboat that transports passengers, as between waterfront resorts or communities, for a fare.
[1925–30]
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Riding on a watertaxi dubbed "Amore," the celebrity pair crossed Venice's Grand Canal at around 3 p.
Run by the VIP Watertaxi Amsterdam company, it accommodates up to 25 people and can be rented for a private trip.
They have now established the route for their watertaxi service.
Watertaxi Rotterdam was created following the opening of Hotel New York.
I've played many games of golf in different parts of the world but the exhilarating journey by watertaxi from Venice Golf Club to the city's airport at the end of a four-day golfing trip to Italy was a memorable first.
Later, the couple could barely crack a smile between them as they jumped on board a watertaxi for a trip across the bay.
Bill emerged with enough euros to book a suite at the Danieli and take a watertaxi back to Chepstow should it prove necessary.
A watertaxi collected us in Friday afternoon's rush hour and weaved its way through silent, secondary canals to the landing steps of the elegant Bauer Grunwald Hotel.
Guests can take a watertaxi across to the mainland, where at weekends there are discos and lively bars.
Arrive at the airport and you are then whisked across the lagoon by watertaxi and delivered to your hotel.