Bateaux

Some articles on bateaux:

Bateaux London
... Bateaux London is the leading Restaurant Cruise experience on the River Thames in London, United Kingdom ... Bateaux London cruises operate on the Thames under licence from London River Services, part of Transport for London ...
Bateau Mouche
... Bateaux Mouches are open excursion boats that provide visitors to Paris, France, with a view of the city from along the river Seine ... registered trademark of the Compagnie des Bateaux Mouches, the most widely known operator of the boats in Paris, founded by Jean Bruel (1917-2003) however, the phrase, because of the success of the company, is used ... Bateaux Mouches translates literally as "fly boats" ("fly" meaning the insect) however, the name comes from the fact that they were originally manufactured in boatyards situated in the Mouche ...
York Factory Express - Transport
... In 1811 the American Pacific Fur Company introduced the use of bateaux on the Columbia River, heavy boats made of split or sawn cedar ... After the NWC took over the PFC the practice of using bateaux was quickly adopted, birch bark canoes having proved too dangerous on the rivers of the Pacific Northwest ... of the HBC described the Columbia District bateaux as "made from quarter-inch pine board, and are thirty-two feet long, and six and a half feet wide ...
Fort Vancouver - History - Express
... to seventy five men and two to five specially made bateaux ... The practice of using bateaux (boats) was adopted because birch bark canoes had proved too dangerous on the rivers of the Pacific Northwest ... the HBC described the Columbia District bateaux as "made from quarter-inch pine board, and are thirty-two feet long, and six and a half feet wide in midships, with ...
Benedict Arnold's Expedition To Quebec - Early Troubles
... boatwrights came in the rear, to repair bateaux as needed ... had moved overland rather than in the bateaux that had to be portaged around the falls above Fort Western to begin the trip ... The bateaux were leaking, resulting in spoiled food and a continual need for repairs ...