cabin cruiser


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Recent Examples on the Web One person has been found dead after a fire aboard a cabin cruiser docked in the Port of Los Angeles. San Diego Union-Tribune, "Person found dead after boat burns in Los Angeles harbor," 21 Oct. 2019 The bad news for Tennessee started several hours before kickoff as when a 42-foot cabin cruiser docked along the Tennessee River near Neyland Stadium caught fire at 7 a.m. and eventually sank. Mark Heim |, al, "Tough day for Tennessee: Vols Navy burns, band performs around passed-out member, team loses," 3 Sep. 2019 The fire aboard the 30-foot cabin cruiser was reported about 3:15 p.m. while the boat was on the water near Dana Landing, according to the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department. San Diego Union-Tribune, "2 injured in Mission Bay boat fire near Dana Landing," 8 Aug. 2019 Albert Borroto said firefighters were called to the marina in the 700 block of North Federal Highway at 11:18 a.m. First arriving firefighters reported a 32-foot cabin cruiser with a fire in the inboard engine compartment. Jon O'neill,, "One injured in Lantana boat blaze," 4 July 2019 The demonstrator boat—a sleek Albemarle 29 Express cabin cruiser—conceals the Seakeeper 3 (for boats up to 10 tons displacement) under its rear deck. Dan Neil, WSJ, "Skip the Seasickness: How Boats Are Getting More Tech-Savvy," 28 June 2018 Andrew Maronge, 39, and Julie Wright, 40, both of Gainesville, were found in a 24-foot Bayliner cabin cruiser by Georgia Department of Natural Resources rangers, Forsyth County spokeswoman Jenny Belafi said in a statement. Raisa Habersham, ajc, "Couple found dead in boat on Lake Lanier," 29 May 2018 These incentives have spawned a meandering armada of live-aboard cabin cruisers, barges, narrowboats, and other gaily painted scows now afloat on Britain’s inland waterways, some just barely. Dan Neil, WSJ, "The Low-Cost Way to Live Abroad: Buy a Boat," 30 Mar. 2018 On display is anything that can float and support a human — 36-foot cabin cruisers, sleek speedboats, inflatable dinghys, paddleboards, 400 watercraft in total. Matthew Ormseth,, "96,000 Square Feet of Boats: Hartford Boat Show Exhibits Latest In Maritime Craftsmanship and Ingenuity," 8 Feb. 2018

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1896, in the meaning defined above

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“Cabin cruiser.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 5 Jun. 2020.

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