(1) The access dinghy he uses to sail is controlled by a hand operated joystick, allowing him a freedom of movement he lacks on land.(2) So why would any person in their right mind nail their colours to the mast of a leaky dinghy rather than a majestic tall ship?(3) A busy summer's day on Ullswater turned to tragedy as two girls in an inflatable dinghy watched their father slip beneath the cold waters never to resurface alive, an inquest heard.(4) If you don't sail a dinghy well you don't actually go anywhere, but in a cat you pull the sails in and then point vaguely in the right direction and it can go like a bullet from a gun.(5) A rubber dinghy rushed at full speed to and fro along the Moscow River with a poster saying ├ö├ç├┐No war├ö├ç├û.(6) It was an eight-foot sailing dinghy with high freeboard.(7) A handheld VHF radio is handy for communicating with the mother ship when you're exploring by dinghy .(8) Yet Emma has just returned to her roots, sailing a dinghy in the Clyde with a 15-year-old girl from Helensburgh Sailing Club, and professes to have enjoyed every minute of it.(9) His group set off aboard a rubber dinghy , but was never heard from again.(10) A friend invited me to go sailing in a dinghy , again on a stormy day.(11) The men used an inflatable dinghy to row alongside the SeaFrance vessel as she prepared to leave Calais and then climbed on to a metal fender 6ft above the water level.(12) The dinghy has three sails and a trapeze, which allows Katherine to lean out of the boat on a wire to counteract the force of the sails and keep the boat upright.(13) New rides being offered for the first time this year include the Wave Runner ride an exciting family water coaster where participant whoosh down a trough of fast-moving water in a rubber dinghy .(14) With bigger vessels unfortunately absent, the society turned to plan B, launching five smaller boats into the quay, including a 1943 vintage dinghy used by the Royal Navy.(15) A sailor was left fuming after thieves stole the inflatable dinghy he had used to get from his boat to shore.(16) On June 25 this year, he and a friend, Misha, had ventured out into the water on a rubber dinghy , near their friends' country house on Sinovetskoye lake, 69 km from St Petersburg.