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Pallet Shuttle Barge

A Pallet Shuttle Barge or PSB is a cargo ship designed to operate on inland waterways for the transport of goods on pallets or in big bags. It is a type of catamaran with two parallel hulls supporting a vast cargo deck. It was designed to offer a ...

                                               

Peniche (barge)

A peniche is a steel motorised inland waterway barge of up to 350 tonnes capacity. Peniche barges were built to fit the post-1880s French waterways and the locks of Freycinet gauge. They are visually similar to a Thames barge, but built to differ ...

                                               

Pleasure barge

A pleasure barge is a flat-bottomed, slow-moving boat used for leisure. It is contrasted with a standard barge, which is used to transport freight. Many places where canals or rivers play a prominent role have developed pleasure barges for conduc ...

                                               

Tamar barge

A Tamar barge is a masted sailing vessel, designed for carrying cargo around the River Tamar and the South Coast of Cornwall. Tamar barge can be either single or double mast ship. It can carry up to 32 tons. Tamar barge was manufactured in the 19 ...

                                               

Draketail

A draketail is a Chesapeake Bay boat that features a sloping transom that meets the waterline at a sharp angle, usually rounded in plan. The feature could be found in 1920s workboats such as the Chesapeake Bay deadrise and in smaller skiffs. The ...

                                               

USS Julia Hamilton (SP-1460)

Julia Hamilton was a Maryland State Oyster Police Force schooner, part of the force established to enforce state conservation laws designed to protect Marylands oyster resources when out of state, often New England, dredgers began destroying reef ...

                                               

Hastings-Locke Ferry

The Hastings-Locke Ferry, on the Tennessee River near Decatur, Tennessee, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1983. It has also been known as Washington Ferry. It is located east of Dayton, Tennessee on Tennessee State Route ...

                                               

Reaction ferry

A reaction ferry is a cable ferry that uses the reaction of the current of a river against a fixed tether to propel the vessel across the water. Such ferries operate faster and more effectively in rivers with strong currents. Some reaction ferrie ...

                                               

G-W Invader

G-W Invader is a line of small recreational power boats that were manufactured by Arne Gray and George Wooldridge of Sharpsville, Indiana, United States.

                                               

HSS 1500

HSS 1500 was the name of a model of Stena HSS craft developed and originally operated by Stena Line on European international ferry routes. The vessels were the largest high-speed craft in the world. Several design patents were registered to Sten ...

                                               

Voskhod (hydrofoil)

Voskhod, also known as "Design 352", "Design 03521" and Eurofoil, is a type of passenger hydrofoil boat built in the Soviet Union and later in Ukraine. It is intended for use in rivers and lakes, but good seaworthiness allows them to operate in c ...

                                               

F50 (catamaran)

The F50 is a one-design foiling catamaran used in the SailGP race series. The boats are based on AC50 boats and technology used in the Americas Cup. The boats are the fastest racing class in history, with speeds exceeding 50 knots. Three boats wi ...

                                               

Muravey-class patrol boat

The Muravey class is the NATO reporting name for a class of hydrofoil patrol boats built for the Soviet Navy between 1983 and 1989. The Soviet designation was Project 133 Antares.

                                               

Sarancha-class missile boat

The Sarancha class is the NATO reporting name for a hydrofoil missile boat built for the Soviet Navy. The Soviet designation was Project 1240 Uragan.

                                               

Turya-class torpedo boat

Turya class is the NATO reporting name for a class of hydrofoil torpedo boats built for the Soviet Navy and Soviet allies. The Soviet designation was Project 206M.

                                               

Assault boat

An Assault boat is a boat used for making a landing in combat. Meant for inland waters, assault boats were light enough to be carried by several men and paddled, or fitted with an outboard motor for hi-speed operation, manually portable or not.

                                               

Coastal Motor Boat

During the First World War, following a suggestion from three junior officers of the Harwich destroyer force that small motor boats carrying a torpedo might be capable of travelling over the protective minefields and attacking ships of the Imperi ...

                                               

Harbour Launch

The harbour launch was a type of small launch used by the Royal Navy for general duties around Royal Naval dockyards and sea ports. The first were built in the 1850s with the advent of the steam engine and were originally designated harbour servi ...

                                               

NNS Karaduwa (P102)

NNS Karaduwa is a Nigerian made 40 meter Seaward defense boat made by the Nigerian Navy in collaboration with Dorman Long Engineering which carried out most of the fabrication while instrumentation was carried out by Blueflag Inc.

                                               

P1000 Class Picket Boat

The picket boat of the Royal Navy, is a twin screw boat in use at Britannia Royal Naval College in Dartmouth primarily to train officer cadets in boat handling and seamanship.

                                               

Scimitar-class patrol vessel

The Scimitar class is a class of fast patrol boat in service with the British Royal Navy. Two ships of this class of industrial design known as the lifespan patrol vessels built by Halmatic now BAE systems surface ships, and had served in the coa ...

                                               

List of multihulls

Proa = two asymmetric hulls, reverse-shunting interchangeable bow / stern. Trimaran = three hulls. Quadrimaran = four hulls. Pentamaran = five hulls. Catamaran = two symmetric hulls.

                                               

Hilu

The Hilu outrigger is a personal size, beach launched sports boat in the sailing canoe style. Hilu was AMFs production version of a boat variety more commonly found in designs hand built by outrigger aficionados. Hilu utilizes fiberglass pontoons ...

                                               

ORMA 60

ORMA 60 is a class of sailing trimarans administered by the Ocean Racing Multihull Association that created in 1996 by the International Sailing Federation within the sport of sailing. The boats were built to a box rule that permitted 60 feet len ...

                                               

Pontoon (boat)

A pontoon boat is a flattish boat that relies on floats to remain buoyant. These pontoons contain a lot of reserve buoyancy and allow designers to create massive deck plans fitted with all sorts of accommodations such as expansive lounge areas, s ...

                                               

Piratini-class patrol boat

The six Piratini -class patrol boats are a series of patrol vessels that were built for the Brazilian Navy at the Rio de Janeiro Navy Arsenal. Based on the United States Coast Guard Cape-class cutter design, they were built between 1970–1971 as c ...

                                               

Casino Queen Marquette

Casino Queen Marquette is a 17.514 square feet riverboat casino located in Marquette, Iowa that is owned and operated by CQ Holdings. The riverboat, named Miss Marquette, is located by a 31-acre site that also contains an enclosed pavilion, provi ...

                                               

Majestic (riverboat)

The Majestic is a historic riverboat that is moored on the Ohio River near Manchester, Ohio. Built in 1923, she was the last floating theater to be built in the United States, and one of its longest-lived. Declared a National Historic Landmark on ...

                                               

Donald B. (towboat)

Standard, also known historically as Donald B and Barbara H, is a paddlewheel towboat that has been named a US National Historic Landmark and is now based at Bellaire in eastern Ohio. Built in 1923, she is the oldest surviving unaltered rear-whee ...

                                               

Ilen School

The Ilen School and Network for Wooden Boat Building is a charitable organisation based in Limerick in Ireland. The School provides work-based learning and therapy for students with a range of backgrounds, abilities and needs.

                                               

Binabina

Binabina or biabina is a type of plank boat from the Solomon Islands. It differs from the similar tomako and lisi in that only the stern is upturned, while the bow is horizontal.

                                               

Keelmen

The Keelmen of Tyne and Wear were a group of men who worked on the keels, large boats that carried the coal from the banks of both rivers to the waiting collier ships. Because of the shallowness of both rivers, it was difficult for ships of any s ...

                                               

Lisi (boat)

Lisi is a type of plank boat from the Solomon Islands. It is crescent-shaped and is similar in appearance to the tomako war canoes, but differs in that the topmost strakes of the lisi have a gap in the middle. Lisi are also usually proportionally ...

                                               

Norfolk Heritage Fleet Trust

The Norfolk Heritage Fleet Trust is a waterway society and charitable trust based at Hunters Yard, Ludham on the Norfolk Broads, England, UK. The Trust maintains and hires out a fleet of wooden sailing yachts from the 1930s. Hunters house is in a ...

                                               

Norfolk wherry

The Norfolk wherry is a type of boat used on The Broads in Norfolk and Suffolk, England. Three main types were developed over its life, all featuring the distinctive gaff rig with a single, high-peaked sail and the mast stepped well forward.

                                               

Tomako

Tomako or tomoko is a large war canoe from the Solomon Islands. The name "tomako" is used in New Georgia in the Roviana language. It is also known as magoru in Marovo, niabara in Vella Lavella, mon in Bougainville, ora in Makira, and iola or ola ...

                                               

The Great Lakes Group

The Great Lakes Group is an American full-service marine-related transportation company headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio. The Great Lakes Group is the parent Company to The Great Lakes Towing Company, Great Lakes Shipyard, Tugz International L.L. ...

                                               

Loke Viking

The Loke Viking is an Anchor handling tug scheduled to be completed in May 2010. She will be the first in a class of four vessels built for Trans Viking. In June 2010 she will be chartered by Edinburgh-based oil company Cairn Energy UK PLC for fo ...

                                               

Trip pilot

Trip pilot is a term applied to captains temporarily or occasionally employed on inland towing vessels in the United States of America. Trip pilots hold a Master of Towing Vessels license issued by the U.S. Coast Guard, and are employed in the co ...

                                               

Cardiff Waterbus

The Cardiff Waterbus is a water bus service operated along the River Taff in Cardiff, the capital of Wales. Services are operated by 4 separate companies, Cardiff Cats Ltd, Cardiff Cruises Ltd, Cardiff Boats Ltd, and Aquabus Water Transport Solut ...

                                               

Jacksonville Water Taxi

The Jacksonville Water Taxi, or Jacksonville River Taxi, is a water taxi service in Jacksonville, Florida. Established in 1987, it ferries passengers across the St. Johns River between the Northbank and Southbank of Downtown Jacksonville. Stops a ...

                                               

Presque Isle Water Taxi

The Presque Isle Water Taxi, sometimes referred to as the Aquabus, is a water taxi service operated by the Erie–Western Pennsylvania Port Authority on Presque Isle Bay in Erie, Pennsylvania. The water taxi departs from Dobbins Landing in downtown ...

                                               

Nova Southeastern Sharks womens rowing

The first-ever women’s rowing coach at Nova Southeastern University, John Gartin is entering his fourth season at the helm, after guiding the Sharks to its best finish in 2005–06. Under Gartin’s watchful eye, the Sharks set new program and nation ...

                                               

Comparison of large sloops

Name: currently registered identification of the vessel Year: year of launch of the vessel Shipyard: signatory of the build contract responsible for the final fitout and the delivery of the vessel Designer: naval architect responsible for drawing ...

                                               

List of 12-metre yachts

Azzurra II I–8. (Азура II я–8) Australia KA–5. (Австралия ка–5) Australia II KA–6. (Австралия второй ка–6) Advance Australia KA–7. (Заранее Австралия КА–7) Azzurra IV I–11. (Азура IV я–11) America II US–46. (Америка II нами–46) America II US–44. ...

                                               

List of IACC yachts

Sail numbers for the new generation International Americas Cup Class yachts are issued on a sequential numerical basis. The number is then prefixed by the abbreviation for the country. If a yacht is subsequently sold to a team in a different coun ...

                                               

List of large sailing yachts

This article lists active sailing yachts in excess of 110 feet in sparred length. This list features vessels with sails which were classed as yachts when they were launched as well as any vessels which were subsequently converted to operate with ...

                                               

Americas Cup Management

Americas Cup Management was private company formed to oversee the organisation of the 2007 Americas Cup, including date, location, media rights, boat design, entry fees and all the key details required to conduct the Americas Cup. It was formed b ...

                                               

Achilles 24

The Achilles 24 is a British sailboat that was designed by Oliver Lee and Chris Butler as a cruiser-racer and first built in 1968. Achilles 24 the development of open source Ajax.

                                               

Alberg 22

The design was built by Nye Yachts in Belleville, Ontario, later located in Bloomfield, Ontario, Canada. A total of 180 examples were completed before production ended.