Definition of airboat
: a shallow-draft boat driven by an airplane propeller and steered by an airplane rudder
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Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commissioner Ron Bergeron led an airboat tour Thursday in a water conservation area west of Broward County to show how high waters have flooded tree islands and threaten wildlife.
The fifth person on the boat was Steve George Gagne, 52, of Miami, who had worked as an airboat captain in the past, the news site said.
A weekend airboat crash in the Everglades killed a woman, WPLG-Ch.
In the Cajun Bayou, watch alligators from the safety of your pontoon boat or take a thrilling ride on a high-speed airboat through the swamp.
In keeping with that mission, the law called for the use of airboats in the national park to be phased out.
But the permits expire when their holder dies, guaranteeing the eventual demise of private airboat use inside the park.
On the 20th anniversary of the crash, relatives gathered at the memorial and board on airboats to visit the tragic site.
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