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- A shipyard (also called a dockyard) is a place where ships are built and repaired. These can be yachts, military vessels, cruise liners or other cargo...
- The Reiten Boatyard was located in Bayfield, Wisconsin. The Reiten Boatyard was a marina and a boatyard for boats and other aquatic equipment. It was added...
- The Bell Boatyard was a boatbuilding facility which operated as part of Alexander Graham Bell's laboratories in Baddeck, Nova Scotia from 1885 to 1928...
- Bossoms Boatyard is located opposite Port Meadow, Oxford, England, on the bank of the River Thames. The yard was managed by the Bossom family from about...
- The California Boatyards was a boatyard in California, Pennsylvania along the Monongahela River. From the beginning on the California, Pennsylvania in...
- Chance Boatyard is a group of historic buildings at Annapolis, Anne Arundel County, Maryland. It used to be a boat-building and repair complex. Most of...
- Kentucky. The inn and boatyard is the only place on the National Register of Historic Places that served as a stage stop and a boatyard. The building was...
- The Boatyard Historic District, in ****van and Hawkins counties near Kingsport, Tennessee is a 385 acres (1.56 km2) historic district which was listed...
- The canal's main boat yard was the original outlay of today's Tooley's Boatyard. People's Park was set up as a private park in 1890 and opened in 1910...
- Horizontal bandsaw resawing planks at a boatyard in Hoi An, Vietnam...
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