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The Flyboat is the most common vehicle that the pets assemble.
At the same time the term flyboat was used for a swift fishing vessel on the Atlantic.
"Do you think yon Outsider flyboat may attack us?"
To compete with railways, the flyboat was introduced, cargo-carrying boats working day and night.
Most other modes of transportation are a variation of the Flyboat and primarily use the same components.
The anchor of the flyboat on which White was quartered could not be raised, and many crew members were severely injured during the attempt.
Toys include the Flyboat, figurine playsets and plush animals.
English ship Swann (1577) was a flyboat sailing with Drake in 1577.
The second Good Hope, 6, was a flyboat captured from the Dutch in 1665 and sold in 1667.
After midnight, they overtook a large flyboat of 300 tons, loaded with timber, tobacco, salt, and malt.
His uncle bought a wooden horse-drawn narrow flyboat called Cressy and fitted it with a steam engine.
Regular departures on the Kirkstall Flyboat.
Mary 32 (flyboat)
Drake's fleet suffered great attrition; he scuttled both Christopher and the flyboat Swan due to loss of men on the Atlantic crossing.
Usually, Linny drives the Flyboat, but there are episodes where Ming-Ming or Tuck drive instead.
Nickelodeon Universe, a theme park inside Minnesota's Mall of America, also has a children's ride dedicated to the Flyboat.
She leads Ming-Ming and Tuck in most of the show's primary songs and usually has the responsibility of starting the "Flyboat".
Peacock was built as a flyboat for Fellows Morton and Clayton at Saltley, Birmingham in 1915, and fleet number 102.
HMS Sea Rider was a British Royal Navy 8 gun, 350 ton flyboat captured in 1665, commissioned into the navy, and sold in 1668.
In turn this derived from the Dutch name fluyt, probably the most common type of cargo-carrier during the seventeenth century - when in English usage it was commonly rendered as flyboat.
The name "flyboat" is derived from Dutch vlieboot, a boat with a shallow enough draught to be able to navigate a shallow vlie or river estuary, such as the Vlie.
(The novel The Kellys and the O'Kellys (1848) by Anthony Trollope includes a description of a tedious journey by passenger flyboat from Portobello to Ballinasloe.)
Flyboat working virtually ceased, as it could not compete with the railways on speed and the boatmen found they could only afford to keep their families by taking them with them on the boats.
In the 1920s and 30s Puerto Barrios was a flyboat destination only; a first concrete runway was built by the United States Government during World War II for strategical reasons.
Once dressed, they assemble a flying boat called "The Flyboat" from classroom objects: a flying disc for a body, felt marker caps as rocket exhausts, a marble, wheels, the mast, and a sheet of paper for the sail.