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motorboats are banned on the lake because they are a hazard to swimmers
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Curious foremen who zipped between the new and old bridge in a fleet of gray aluminum motorboats changed their course to see what a bright red canoe was doing so far from a Boy Scout camp.
And native species of fish tend not to mind the motorboat noise so they were not driven to the nets.
Conflicts have gotten so nasty at the Miami Marine Stadium basin that the driver of a motorboat recently brandished his gun at rowers in a racing shell.
Since cars have to stay parked outside of town, visitors to Giethoorn often rent a canoe or motorboat to explore the sights.
Mussels damage motorboats from within by clogging pipes and intakes.
Three pirate motorboats overtook and attempted to board the MV Kudos 1, a local merchant ship, with ropes and hooks, but were foiled by the crew medieval maritime warfare.
An Oregon fisherman whose dramatic escape from an oncoming motorboat was caught on video is suing the driver of the other boat for $372,500.
Analysts at the Defense Intelligence Agency also showed parts of a weaponized motorboat that was recovered by Emirati forces last year in the Red Sea.
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: a boat with a motor
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