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[pad-l-boht] /ˈpæd lˌboʊt/
a boat propelled by a paddle wheel.
Origin of paddleboat
1870-75; paddle1 + boat
Related forms
paddleboating, noun Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • Other events during the week will include concerts, a fashion show, a treasure hunt and a paddleboat regatta.
  • Perhaps a picnic in a paddleboat, mingling with the swans.
  • Guests can dive for pearls, have a close encounter with a shark or take a leisurely paddleboat ride in the bay.
  • Beach activities include swimming and boating, with hourly paddleboat and rowboat rentals available.
  • Those who don't have a boat can fish from the pier or rent a paddleboat to take out on the water.
  • Amenities include a waterfront deck along with pontoon and paddleboat rentals.
  • Visitors who don't own a boat can rent a kayak, canoe, paddleboat or rowboat during certain seasons.
  • The campground's five-acre catch-and-release fishing lake has paddleboat rentals and lakeside campsites.
  • The camp store supplies groceries and sundry items, as well as canoe, kayak and paddleboat rentals.
  • The park offers paddleboat rentals, tennis courts and a waterfall.

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