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Definitions

  1. A Tugboat is a small powerful boat designed for towing or pushing larger vessels, also called a towboat.
  2. A tugboat is a sturdy boat that guides large boats in and out of harbors. (Web site)
  3. The tugboat is the small but steady helper that leads the way through the midst of danger. (Web site)
  4. The TUGBOAT is a symbol of what we celebrate - friendly, reliable service and the ability of a dedicated crew to deliver outstanding results. (Web site)
  5. A tugboat is a small, purpose-built object which guides and directs larger vessels to their destination, often through a difficult or complicated passage.

Tug

  1. Foduck "the Vigilant": The fleet's fire and rescue tug, Foduck is the second largest tugboat.
  2. So please consider joining TUG if you find TUGboat useful. (Web site)

Tugboats

  1. In the end, Hank has his whistle cleaned and gets to start the tugboat race.
  2. Reccomended suppliers of Tugboat Jobs products and services.
  3. A fireboat is a specialized watercraft, often resembling a tugboat, with pumps and nozzles designed for fighting shoreline and shipboard fires. (Web site)
  4. Doesn't everyone need a tugboat?" Well gol durn.
  5. Copyright to articles in TUGboat remain with the authors. (Web site)

Barge

  1. The barge and tugboat are approaching dock 2, note the tugboat is traveling reversed.
  2. The Barge 1 model has an attached tugboat as part of the model.
  3. The tugboat is attached to the barge with hawsers (ropes) and is not separately drivable.
  4. Most barges are not self-propelled and need to be moved by tugboat s towing or towboats pushing them. (Web site)

Control

  1. With the Hobby Southampton Tugboat you can control it with a range of up to 400 feet (120 meters).
  2. RC (remote control) Tugboat is a really fantastic remote control boat. (Web site)

Harbor

  1. Clayton then convinces Theodore that he's better at being a tugboat than a harbor crane.
  2. Electric powered radio controlled ready to run Hobbico Atlantic Harbor Tugboat.

Sigrid

  1. Sigrid also wants to be a tugboat.
  2. Later, when a bad storm prevents Theodore and Emily from docking a ship, Sigrid discovers that she can be a tugboat without bumpers.

Theodore

  1. In the 1980s 13 episodes were made of TUGS. One of the creators of that series went on to make Theodore Tugboat. (Web site)
  2. The pilot boats are restricted to their docks so Theodore and his other tugboat friends are left in charge to make sure that the harbor is kept safe.
  3. Disclaimer I do not own or endorse Theodore Tugboat, it belongs to classic media.
  4. Theodore Tugboat is a television show for children about a little tugboat, his friends, and their adventures in the Big Harbor.
  5. They eventually make up without Emily getting a red mark in the Great Tugboat Book, and without Theodore losing a friend.

Model

  1. On Theodore Tugboat, the models have motors and moving eyes.
  2. Animation has been added to the model so at the halfway point of travel, the tugboat reverses its position to the other side of the barge.

Transfer

  1. This allows the user to connect other invisible track to the green track on the model, and drive a tugboat onto the moving barge transfer model.
  2. Again the tugboat travels forward to the mid point of the transfer with the barge, then reverses its direction for the remainder of the travel to dock 1.
  3. In order to use a separate tugboat correctly, track needs to be placed by the user, to allow a tugboat to join and to be driven on to the transfer table.

Realistic

  1. The Southampton RC Tugboat is a realistic scale working model and would impress in any local pool, pond or canal.
  2. This tugboat is very detailed and realistic. (Web site)

Maneuver

  1. Panamanian tugboat outfitted with lines and ropes used when helping maneuver ships. (Web site)
  2. Each one may be turned independently by 360 degrees, which results in exceptional maneuver characteristics for the tugboat. (Web site)

Conventional

  1. The conventional tug is the standard seagoing tugboat with a model bow that tows its payload on a hawser. (Web site)
  2. The notch tug is a conventional tug which is assigned to tow and push a specific barge, usually built to the shape and specifications of that tugboat.

George

  1. George "the Valiant": George is the largest tugboat, and has two smoke stacks instead of one. (Web site)
  2. George "the Vigorous": George is the largest tugboat, and has two smoke stacks instead of one.

Tugboat

  1. The Tugboat Pledge: The Dispatcher has assigned Emily to lead the tugboat parade.
  2. Some of the tugboat characters' V-names are derived from actual tugboats that operate in Halifax Harbor, including Point Vigour and Point Valiant. (Web site)

Categories

  1. Matter > Liquids > Water > Boats
  2. Glossaries > Glossary of Boat Types /

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