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You are bidding on a 2006 Misty Harbor 16-foot pontoon boat with a 25 hp Evinrude motor. The boat, along with the carpet, is in good shape; although some of the seats need to be recovered. There is some minor damage to one side wall and one front corner.
Encore Boat Builders thrives on manufacturing a good quality boat at an affordable price. Several selections of floor plans and options are available, be it for cruising or for fishing. These floor plans are available in 14-foot, 16-foot, 20-foot, 22-foot, 24-foot and 25-foot pontoons and are offered in many different color variations.
Up for sale is a very nice Landau 16 feet. fishing pontoon with a 25 HORSEPOWER 4-Stroke Yamaha that has been completely gone through las... Year: 2005 Use: Freshwater Make: Landau Engine Type: Single Outboard Model: Bandit Engine Make: Yamaha Engine Type: Pontoon Eng... Up for sale is a very nice Landau 16 feet.
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The American six-masted schooner , the longest confirmed wooden ship in history. This is a list of the world's longest wooden ships. The vessels are sorted by ship length including bowsprit, if known. Finding the world's longest wooden ship is not straightforward since there are several contenders, depending on which definitions are used. For example, some of these ships benefited from substantial iron or even steel components since the flexing of wood members can lead to significant leaking as the wood members become longer. Some of these ships were not very seaworthy, and a few sank either immediately after launch or soon thereafter. Some of the more recent large ships were never able or intended to leave their berths, and function as floating museums. Finally, not all of the claims to the title of the world's longest wooden ship are credible or verifiable. A further problem is that especially wooden ships have more than one "length".
USA-17—a trimaran, type BOR90. A trimaran (or double-outrigger) is a multihull boat that comprises a main hull and two smaller outrigger hulls (or "floats") which are attached to the main hull with lateral beams. Most trimarans are sailing yachts designed for recreation or racing; others are ferries or warships.
The landing craft, vehicle, personnel (LCVP) or Higgins boat was a landing craft used extensively in amphibious landings in World War II. The craft was designed by Andrew Higgins based on boats made for operating in swamps and marshes. More than 23,358 were built, by Higgins Industries and licensees. Typically constructed from plywood, this shallow-draft, barge-like boat could ferry a roughly platoon-sized complement of 36 men to shore at 9 knots (17 km/h). Men generally entered the boat by climbing down a cargo net hung from the side of their troop transport; they exited by charging down the boat's lowered bow ramp. Taking the last letter of the LCVP designation, sailors often nicknamed the Higgins Boat the "Papa Boat" or "Peter Boat" to differentiate it from other landing craft such as the LCU and the LCM, with the LCM being called the "Mike Boat."