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pontoon

An obsolete term dignifying a loop of small intestine.
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Pontoon boats can be used in different applications such as family-fun, fishing, cruising, watersports, and others, among which the family-fun segment has the highest domination in the global Pontoon boat market.
It was a captain friend of his, telling Randy, 'You won't believe what I'm seeing--these guys are out here on a pontoon boat!' Randy answered, 'That's us!' His friend was on a sportfish boat nearby--we could see him.
Nautic Global product lines include Sanpan, Aqua Patio, Sweetwater and Parti Kraft pontoon boats, Hurricane deck-style boats, Polar Kraft and Polar fishing boats and Rinker cuddies, bowriders and cruisers.
"In order to mimic an island, I anchored from the stern, which is not a problem for a pontoon boat," Ham-marberg said.
New York's Mike "Popeye" Hicks caught 14 bluegills on Gioco's craft, easily capturing the Pontoon Boat Division championship rifle.
An operator sitting on the pontoon boat will manipulate the robot from a telerobotic chair.
Six years ago, for example, when I realized that I would no longer be able to get on board my sailboat by myself, or to handle the lines or the tiller, I decided to switch to a pontoon boat. A pontoon boat is comprised of "pontoons," or floating cylinders, with a deck on top.
Pontoon boat sales are the fastest-growing in the industry and Indiana has the most builders.
Aster was operating a personal watercraft (PWC) that collided with a pontoon boat at the entrance to the Pot-Nets Bayside community in Indian River Bay.
A pontoon boat built for saltwater use, the Fiesta Family Fisher 22 uses 23-inch diameter pontoons rolled out of 90-gauge marine aluminum with five welded bulkheads.
A pontoon boat provides a base of operations--much like an RV--with gear storage, sleeping spaces and the option of mobility.
when it noticed a kayaker and the operator of a small pontoon boat struggling below.