bumboat definition

  • noun:
    • A small vessel regularly peddle provisions to ships anchored offshore.
    • a small watercraft used for holding conditions to boats lying at anchor in a harbour
    • A clumsy ship, used for conveying arrangements, fruit, etc., on the market, to vessels lying in port or down shore.
    • A boat used in peddling fresh veggies, fruit, and small products among the vessels lying-in a harbor or roadstead.
    • a tiny ship that ferries products and products obtainable to a bigger ship at anchor
    • a tiny ship used to peddle arrangements to ships anchored offshore.
    • a little vessel useful for carrying terms to ships lying at anchor in a harbour
    • A clumsy boat, employed for conveying terms, fruit, etc., for sale, to vessels lying in slot or down coast.
    • A boat utilized in peddling fresh vegetables, good fresh fruit, and little wares one of the vessels lying in a harbor or roadstead.
    • a tiny vessel that ferries materials and products for sale to a larger ship at anchor

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