canalboat

canalboat

(kəˈnælˌbəʊt) or

canal barge

n
(Navigation) a long narrow boat used on canals, esp for carrying freight
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Now steering the canalboat tiller does take a little bit of getting used to as your brain has to reprogram itself into pulling left when you want to turn right and pushing right when you want to turn left.
They snuck into Brum's Brindleyplace on a canalboat, then captured the Grand Central shopping mall.
A CANALBOAT with on-board restaurant could be the ideal business for someone who enjoys messing about on the water.
When he was released from prison on licence in 2011, he started living in a canalboat at Barby Moorings on the Oxford Canal near Rugby.
* Heavy traffic increases the build-up of ozone * Arlene Lee takes a break to enjoy the warm weather atop the canalboat 'Dragonfly' in the Canal Basin, Brecon
There's a special show on the women, many from upper-crust backgrounds, who took on canalboat delivery of coal and bulk goods in the Second World War.
Mr Chapman, who owns a canalboat in the Worcestershire village of Alrewas, near Redditch, warned cyclists would also join the Birmingham protest.
A week on a four-berth boat through Canalboat Holidays during August starts from pounds 686 total.
You'll pass a canalboat lock and, more than likely, several canalboats moored at the side.
(46) The contract at issue was for the repair of a canalboat in an inland, man-made canal.
The spontaneous swim came after one of the 20 boats capsized during the race, alongside the moored canalboat cafe at Brindleyplace.