Keelboat

Keelboat has two distinct meanings related to two different types of boats: one a riverine cargo-capable working boat, and the other a classification for small- to mid-sized recreational sailing yachts. ==Historical keel-boats== A Keel boat, Keelboat, or Keel-boat is a type of usually long narrow cigar-shaped riverboat, or unsheltered water barge ...
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keelboat

(from the article `Mississippi River`) ...of the United States. Unwieldy and expendable, these craft floated downstream to leave their cargoes and occupants as advance guards of American ...
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keelboat

[n] - river boat with a shallow draught and a keel but no sails
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keelboat

noun river boat with a shallow draught and a keel but no sails; used to carry freight; moved by rowing or punting or towing
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Keelboat

e.g. Star, Yngling A boat with a `keel” – the fin attached to the bottom that prevents it from capsizing and stops it moving sideways through the water.
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