His wife is in a coma from a boating accident, and he wants to bring his family together before she dies.
On the first day of the vacation, she is killed in a boating accident as her children watch on in horror.
But to call End of Watch a “buddy cop” movie is like referring to Titanic as a film about a boating accident.
Back in New York City, boating the border had seemed like a fine journalistic experiment.
Neither Oliver nor I had much experience in boating, and we had none in boat building.
He believes in the healthy exercise of swimming and boating and cricket.
And in weather like this, and the boating season just beginning!
It was the boating men who sat down to the dinner prepared for Camille.
Behind one of these islands could be distinguished the softened melody of a boating party who seemed to be ascending the Seine.
The worst of it was that the season for boating was nearly at an end.
Old English bat "boat, ship, vessel," from Proto-Germanic *bait- (cf. Old Norse batr, Dutch boot, German Boot), possibly from PIE root *bheid- "to split" (see fissure), with the sense of making a boat by hollowing out a tree trunk; or it may be an extension of the name for some part of a ship. French bateau "boat" is from Old English or Norse. Spanish batel, Italian battello, Medieval Latin batellus likewise probably are from Germanic.