a small boat propelled by oars or sails, used in the East Indies, in sheltered waters.
a small boat intended to be used as a tender or lifeboat, carried or towed by a ship. It may be propelled by oars, sail, or a motor.
a small boat of shallow draft with cross thwarts for seats and rowlocks for oars with which it is propelled.
dink, or tender 1. A small open boat equipped with either oars or an outboard motor, occasionally rigged with sails; 2. A small boat used for transportation to shore from a larger vessel.
A small boat usually without a motor-most times rowed by oars but not always.
A small, open boat, usually carried or hauled behind a larger vessel for use as a lifeboat.
A small open boat used as a lifeboat for a yacht.
small boat powered by oars, sails or a motor
a small boat often carried on a larger boat and sometimes powered by oars.
Small boat usually carried aboard or towed behind a larger boat, for transportation from an anchorage to the shore. Can also serve as a lifeboat.
a boat and subject to the same fees as any other boat regardless of size
a small boat with a removable centerboard
a small Indian river-boat
A small rowboat or inflatable, usually used for transport
small open boat for sailing, rowing, etc. a small open boat, usually carried aboard a yacht for going ashore.
A small sailing boat, rowing boat or ship's tender.
A licensed fishing boat less than 6.5 metres, usually attached to a lead or mother boat in a fishing unit.
Small open boat used as a lifeboat or tender.
A small boat used to travel in depths too shallow for a sailboat. Some are inflatable, some are wood or molded plastic.
A small sailboat often raced that can be sailed on and off a beach. Also a tender, either rowed or equipped with power, used to go to and from a larger vessel.
A small open boat. A dinghy is often used as a tender for a larger craft.
A dinghy is a small utility boat carried by a larger boat, or the term can refer to a class of small racing yachts. Utility dinghies are usually rowboats or have a small outboard motor while others may use a small sailing rig. They are used for off-ship excursions from larger boats, outside of docking at suitably-sized ports or marinas.