torpedo boats (魚雷艇)
Three more torpedo boats were to operate near the Downs.
In 1938 they were re-rated as torpedo boats.
fishing boats (釣り船)
On 18 May, seven fishing boats came into view.
Kayaks and fishing boats share the river with party boats.
At first, there were fourteen fishing boats of various sizes.
Fishing from small boats operates in the locality.
It is navigable in small boats for about to near Markovo.
Officials closed schools and advised small boats to remain at port.
patrol boats (巡視船)
It also operates dredges, tugboats and patrol boats of height.
As such, Russian patrol boats frequently appear on the strait.
It currently operates 9 patrol boats.
flying boats (飛行船)
He flew Catalina flying boats based at Loch Erne in Northern Ireland.
In July 1918, the first Curtiss H-16 flying boats arrived in Londonderry.
They were a necessity for flying boats with high mounted, inaccessible engines.
At the end of the preliminary races, the top ten boats in each class (i.e.
The best three boats in each of the two semi-finals qualify for final A, which determines places 1–6 (including the medals).
other boats (他のボート)
Survivors in the other boats reached Masirah Island.
The boat was not taken but it and other boats were pinned down.
Two other boats, "U-94" and "U-76", were moving west to join the line.
Soviet motor torpedo boats TK-61 and TK-71 attacked but scored no success.
At 2 pm on August 23 an outlook spotted two Soviet motor torpedo boats and sounded the alarm.
On 18 March, during a clash between Soviet motor torpedo boats and German S-boots, the Soviet unit TK-66 was lost.
Other smaller boats may be chartered in advance.
UCBC owns 3 VIIIs, 8 IVs, and numerous smaller boats.
Only smaller boats are running and they are irregular.
missile boats (ミサイルボート)
It was the first naval battle in history between surface-to-surface missile-equipped missile boats.
Sa'ar 4.5 "Hetz"-subclass missile boats lack the helicopter facilities of the "Aliya" subclass, but have more weapon systems fitted.
On 4 December, it launched Operation Trident during which missile boats "INS Nirghat" and "INS Nipat" sunk the minesweeper and destroyer "PNS Khyber".
For surface running, the boats were powered by two diesel engines, each driving one propeller shaft.
Close-range defense against torpedo boats was provided by a battery of twenty 40-cal.
Each sponson, one above the gun ports and one on each side of the turret, mounted a light gun, probably a Engstrem gun, for defense against torpedo boats.
The boats were armed with eight internal torpedo tubes, four each in the bow and stern.
The fishing boats were armed with light machine guns concealed inside oil drums placed on deck.
The "U-43" class boats were armed with two bow torpedo tubes and carried a complement of four torpedoes.
Footage and print media from the 1950s and 1960s show ocean surfers actively riding surfboards behind motor boats.
The crew of INS "Tabar" reported seeing only the two motor boats fleeing from the scene of the incident in the darkness.
It consists of several boats and has motor boats which are allowed for 20 minutes and speed boats which are allowed for 10 minutes.
The remaining boats were all stricken by 1932.
The remaining boats were moved east to form a new patrol line, "Reisswolf", south-east of Greenland.
"Mordbrenner", which had never completely formed, was dissolved, the remaining boats being sent west to form a new patrol line off the coast of Canada.
The first 25 boats built were fitted with a Japanese Yanmar 2GMF two cylinder diesel engine of .
The "U-43" class consisted of two boats from a contracted group of six UB II boats built by AG Weser of Bremen.
HMS Gifford HMS "Gifford" was one of 23 boats of the Ford-class of patrol boats built for the Royal Navy in the 1950s.
Here they made iron-hull steamers and canal boats.
The basin could accommodate 1,000 canal boats and 50 steamboat moorings.
In 1850, he added storage and forwarding to his business, and later also owned canal boats.
Hundred-year-old wooden boats need continuous maintenance.
Access is by waterway, is navigated in wooden boats with outboard motors.
Sometimes they make excursions in old wooden boats starting from Vágseiði.