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  • 161Biloxi Yacht Club — The Biloxi Yacht Club (BYC) is located in Biloxi, Mississippi on the shores of the Mississippi Sound. The BYC is a founding member of the Gulf Yachting Association, as well as the Mississippi Coast Yachting Association. Established in 1849, it is …

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  • 162Sea kayak — A sea kayak on Valdes Island, British Columbia, Canada. A sea kayak or touring kayak is a kayak developed for the sport of paddling on open waters of lakes, bays, and the ocean. Sea kayaks are seaworthy small boats with a covered deck and the… …

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  • 163Center for Wooden Boats — The Center for Wooden Boats is a place where urban residents of Seattle and the greater Pacific Northwest can watch their sails instead of their cells. The public is invited to explore maritime history, by rowing, paddling or sailing a diverse… …

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  • 164boat — boat, vessel, ship, craft are comparable when they denote a floating structure designed to carry persons or goods over water. Boat is sometimes used as a general designation of such a structure but more specifically it is applicable to a small,… …

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  • 165List of museum ships — is a comprehensive, annotated list of museum ships around the world.Ships marked (not a museum ship) do not strictly fit the definition in that article: see also List of classic vessels for non museum classic ships. The ships are arranged… …

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  • 166USS Berkeley (DDG-15) — Career (United States) …

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  • 167History of the Royal Navy — Naval Service of the British Armed Forces …

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  • 168Action of 17 June 1788 — This was a series of mainly small ship actions which occurred along the coast of what is now Ukraine during the Russo Turkish War (1787 92) as Russian and Turkish ships and boats supported their land armies in the struggle for control of Ochakov …

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  • 169Arthur Piver — (1910 1968) was a World War II pilot, an amateur sailor, printshop owner and legendary boatbuilder who lived in Sausalito on San Francisco Bay and became the father of the modern trimaran. In the late 1950s and 1960s he designed and built a… …

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  • 170Sneakbox — A sneakbox is a small boat that can be sailed, rowed, poled or sculled. It is predominantly associated with the Barnegat Bay in New Jersey, just as the canoe like Delaware Ducker is associated with the New Jersey marshes along the Delaware River… …

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  • 171commercial fishing — Introduction  the taking of fish and other seafood and resources from oceans, rivers, and lakes for the purpose of marketing them.       Fishing is one of the oldest employments of humankind. Ancient heaps of discarded mollusk shells (shell… …

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  • 172Naval actions at the siege of Ochakov (1788) — Naval Battle of Ochakov …

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  • 173Yacht — For other uses, see Yacht (disambiguation). A yacht in Lorient, Bretagne, France A yacht /ˈj …

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  • 174Landing Ship, Tank — A Canadian LST off loads an M4 Sherman during the Allied invasion of Sicily in 1943. Landing Ship, Tank (LST) was the military designation for naval vessels created during World War II to support amphibious operations by carrying significant… …

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  • 175Chapman Piloting — Seamanship, published by Hearst Books, a Division of Sterling Publishing Co., Inc. has been a leading reference book for both power and sail boaters for nearly 100 years. Known as the Bible of Boating , more than 3 million copies have been… …

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  • 176Mini Transat 6.50 — also known as Transat 650 is a solo transatlantic yacht race that starts in France and ends in Brasil covering over 4000 miles with a stop in the Madeira or the Canary Islands. The yachts are very small with respect to the race, and are… …

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  • 177List of shipwrecks — Contents 1 Africa 1.1 East Africa 1.2 North Africa 1.2.1 Algeria …

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  • 178Canoe — A canoe is a small narrow boat, typically human powered, though it may also be powered by sails or small electric or gas motors. Canoes usually are pointed at both bow and stern and are normally open on top, but can be covered. In its human… …

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  • 179navy — /nay vee/, n., pl. navies. 1. the whole body of warships and auxiliaries belonging to a country or ruler. 2. (often cap.) the complete body of such warships together with their officers and enlisted personnel, equipment, yards, etc., constituting …

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  • 180Outrigger canoe — Modern sailing outrigger canoe in Hawaiʻi., USA …

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