Examples of speedboat in a Sentence
speedboats leaving wakes that cause damage to docked vessels and the shoreline
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Its corals have been decimated by the suffocating clouds of sand and sediment churned up by speedboats.
In front of him, on the Rio Grande, the Border Patrol’s marine unit zoomed past in speedboats.
Kevin Brown, a 37-year-old wealthy entrepreneur from Rocky River, Ohio, near Cleveland, was killed instantly when his 32-foot catamaran speedboat flipped over and crashed.
The most danger—to both people and dolphins—comes from the crowd of swimmers and the number of speedboats going back and forth at Satayah.
Mena welcomes recent steps taken by the Spanish government on a bill to restrict the use of large speedboats.
There are two ways to approach Lake Austin Spa from the airport: a 45-minute car ride, or a shorter drive followed by a speedboat ride down (or up?) the Colorado River, which in this part of town is also known as Lake Austin, or Lady Bird Lake.
So guests to the Maldives — an archipelago in the Indian Sea, southwest of India — will be flown to a private seaplane jetty and picked up in a speedboat for their ensuing use.
Hurwitz hired his own private speedboat for about $40 from a dock 20 minutes north of the city.
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Definition of speedboat for English Language Learners
: a motorboat that can go very fast
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