paravane

Anti-mine device, used by the British in World War I for minesweeping. It was towed from the bows of a ship and was so designed that at a preset depth it would pull the towing...
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Paravane

[weapon] The paravane is a form of towed underwater "glider". It was developed by Cdr Usborne and Lt Burney financed by Sir George White, founder of the Bristol Aeroplane Company. Initially developed to destroy naval mines, the paravane would be strung out and streamed alongside the towing ship, normally from the bow. The wings of the parav
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Paravane

[water kite] The paravane is a towed winged (hydrofoiled) underwater object—water kite. Paravanes have been used in sport or commercial fishing, marine exploration and industry, sports and military. The wings of paravanes are sometimes in a fixed position, else positioned remotely or by actions of a human pilot. Pioneer parafoil developer
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