Boats and Ships
Water craft, wind powered, engine powered, and human powered.
Barge Boat Lights Canal Boats Dinghy Ferries Fireboat Fishing Floatillas Human Powered Model Boats Paddle Wheel Power Sailboards Sailing Ships Tour Boat Wrecked
Barge, As A Found Form Of Boat

A barge is a flat-bottomed ship, built mainly for river and canal transport of heavy goods. Some barges are not self-propelled and must be towed or pushed by towboats, canal barges or towed by draft animals on an adjacent towpath. Barges contended with the railway in the early Industrial Revolution, but were outcompeted in the carriage of high-value items due to the higher speed, falling costs and route flexibility of railways.[from wikipedia]

Canal Boats

A small boat carried or towed by a larger vessel

Ferries, and other Public Boats
Fireboat, As Water Transport

A fireboat is a specialized watercraft with pumps and nozzles designed for fighting shoreline and shipboard fires. The first fireboats, dating to the late 18th century, were tugboats, retrofitted with firefighting equipment. Older designs derived from tugboats and modern fireboats more closely resembling seafaring ships can both be found in service today. Some departments would give their multi-purpose craft the title of "fireboat" also.[from wikipedia]

Fishing, Boats As Water Transport

Water craft utilized for the purpose of catching fish.

Human Powered, Boats As Transport

Paddle or peddle powered water craft

Boat Lights, As Nautical Transport Equipment

A navigation light, also known as a running or position light, is a source of illumination on a vessel, aircraft or spacecraft. Navigation lights give information on a craft's position, heading, and status. Their placement is mandated by international conventions or civil authorities. [from wikipedia]

Model Boats, As Water Transportation

Boats that are replicas of actual boats, sometimes located in a scene.

Paddle Wheel, Boat As Water Transportation

Boats that are propelled by us of a cylinder rotated at the rear of the craft.

Power , Boats

Motor and Engine powered water craft

Sailing, Craft and Boards
Sailboards, and Kiteboards
Ships, Crusing and Freight
Tour Boat, As A Form Of Water Transport

A small boat used for touring or tourist reasons.Tour boats typically travel for a short period of less than a day.Contrasts tour boats with with cruise ships that travel for many days with accommodation in cabins.

Wrecked, and Sunken Boats

Shipwrecks are abandoned worldwide.A old boat that has come upon bad times loses its sea worthyness.

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