No, I own a rubber dinghy.
«Get the dinghy over,» Thomas Hudson said.
As soon as she finished speaking, Ara and Antonio shook hands with the two women and came back to the dinghy.
Dr. von Koenigswald slipped the tholepin of an oarlock from its socket in the gunwale of the gilded dinghy.
I did not dare untie the dinghy until I was prepared to struggle against the currents that would carry it toward land.
Joseph had come along to scull the dinghy.
The dinghy must have been tied up to the pier; the giant had boldly stolen it to search for me.
The other Basque put four wicker-covered jugs in the dinghy.
Thomas Hudson heard the humming of the outboard motor, and looked across the bight at the dinghy coming out of the sunset.
'My dinghy keeps capsizing, so I would like to be put in charge of an ocean liner'.
a small boat of shallow draft with cross thwarts for seats and rowlocks for oars with which it is propelled: rowboat, thwart, pin, oarlock, cross thwart, dory, rowlock, wherry, rowing boat, small boat, tholepin, peg, thole