paddle-wheeler


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Noun1.paddle-wheeler - a steam vessel propelled by paddle wheelspaddle-wheeler - a steam vessel propelled by paddle wheels
side-wheeler - a paddle steamer having a paddle wheel on each side
steamship, steamer - a ship powered by one or more steam engines
sternwheeler - a paddle steamer having the paddle wheel in the stern
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The American Duchess paddle-wheeler docked at the Chester riverfront on Sunday, Aug.
The picturesque paddle-wheeler glides at least twice daily between Zephyr Cove, Nevada, and Emerald Bay on the California side.
Both candidates are against the paddle-wheeler brought to Webster lake.
When a robbery aboard the paddle-wheeler on which the event is taking place escalates into a hostage situation, Charlie and Sean have their hands full, and Sean's abilities are well and truly tested, as are the loyalties of both of them.
Details' Paddle-wheeler Creole Queen is outfitted with authentic 19th century decor, a 24-foot-diameter paddle wheel, full-service bars, gift shops.
Operated by the American West Steamboat Company, this unique vacation sails aboard the 235-passenger Empress of the North, the first paddle-wheeler to cruise Alaskan waters in more than a century.
The Yukon River takes Eliza south by paddle-wheeler to Indian residential school and the highway returns her to Dawson City years later, confused and afraid in ways from which she may never recover.
Brayden Malaske, of Harrah, Oklahoma, boarded a replica 19th-century paddle-wheeler known as the Branson Belle on the same lake just before the storm hit.
In 41-year-old Heritage Park (open daily until Sep 5; $18, including rides; 1900 Heritage Dr.; www.heritagepark.ca or 403/268-8500), have a free breakfast at Gunn's 1929 Dairy Barn and ride a steam train or paddle-wheeler. Nearly 300 actors in period costumes re-create Canadians from an 1860s fur-trading fort, 1880s ranching community, and 1910s town.