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- n. Plural form of seaboat.
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The helicopter reported that the two seaboats were being escorted by Iranian Islamic Republican Guard Navy vessels towards the Shatt 'Al Arab Waterway and were now inside Iranian territorial waters.
Using two seaboats that look like this called Pacifics and we were arrested in this location here.
The galley punts are powerful seaboats; when close reefed can stand a great deal of heavy weather, and are the marvel of the vessels in distress which they succour.
I think that I am correct in saying that these splendid seaboats never missed one single passage, whatever the weather, for nearly forty years, until they were superseded by the present three thousand tons, twenty-four knot twin-screw boats.
The _jægts_ are slow, but good seaboats, and as the article haste is not in demand anywhere in Norway, they probably answer every purpose as well as more rational vessels.
A flaw with the system that launched inflatable seaboats from the patrol ships led to the death of Able Seaman Byron Solomon, 22, who drowned when the inflatable boat he was on capsized in 2007.