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  • n. a boat propelled by a jet of water ejected from the back of the craft.


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  • (Preferably in a super charged jetboat of some sort!) webprofessor Says:

    Whats going on in hawaii? « The Paradigm Shift

  • Lots of boats come through and I hop in my jetboat once in a while and putt around visiting people that live beyond walking distance.

    Blipey Needs Your Support « UDreamOfJanie

  • On the last day, we were transported from our final camp site to the take-out point by jetboat.

    Another Visit to the Grand Canyon - The Panda's Thumb

  • Up from Rio to Iguaçu, --helicopter trip over/jetboat under the falls, which make Niagra look like a spit in a breeze.

    from the frontier

  • We meet two guide friends of his at a campground boat ramp in the pre-dawn darkness and blast up Class IV rapids in a jetboat with a Corvette engine to fly fish the river's prime spot, an area that drift boats can reach only via a three-day trip from upriver.

    Spinning at Large

  • The island's two rattletrap jetboat taxis were also engaged, so the sports were stuck with Pernio and a tedious seventy-kilometer slog home through rough seas.

    Perseus Spur

  • At Hanmer Springs, under an impossible blue sky, we took that jetboat ride along the Waiau River, before a dip at the thermal pools.

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  • Yesterday Blackadder took his jetboat for a spin and may have been tempted to sacrifice the paintwork on a gravel bank to vent his frustrations from Friday night. - Stuff

  • We went to Sydney Aquarium in Darling Harbour after the jetboat and it was fantastic. TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at

  • Kawarau Jet was New Zealand's first commercial jetboat operation. - Stuff


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