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  • A video taken from a search plane showed four of the Americans on top of the white-hulled catamaran, one apparently waving, as a rubber boat with coast guard personnel approached.

    Missing boat with 5 Americans found in Philippines

  • What I saw before me, riding high out of the water, was a superb white-hulled steamer with twin paddlewheels.

    Archive 2010-06-01

  • It seemed to hover, suspended in the night, like some white-hulled vessel descended from the stars to inspect us.


  • Coming toward them, quite close in to shore, a long white-hulled boat was gliding.

    The Green-Eyed Shwemyethna

  • The IMB said the ship's captain noticed a white-hulled fishing boat believed to be the pirates 'mother ship near the scene of the attack.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Yet there was an oppressiveness about the tideless water and pestilential shore, and the white-hulled ships looked like deserted punished things, whose doom for ages was to be ceaseless sailing over these gloomy waters.

    The Englishwoman in America

  • A white-hulled, full-rigged, three-masted sailing ship, flying the Norwegian flag and bound for the Horn with all canvas spread, was, in the words of a British officer, “a truly lovely sight … as she ran free in the light breeze, for all the world like a herald of peace.”

    Castles of Steel

  • As she grasps the railing to steady herself, Richina's eyes are fixed on the white-hulled ships being shattered by the dark spouts, as are those of the ship-mistress of the Silberwelle.

    The Shadow Sorceress

  • Her eyes darted back to the white-hulled pursuers, the closest " one of the smaller schooners " less than five hundred yards aft.

    The Shadow Sorceress

  • Three of the white-hulled Sturinnese frigates were less than a dek away.

    The Shadow Sorceress


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