The term boat may refer to the following:

  • a vessel, of modest size, that is designed to travel on water
  • Sauce boat (also gravy boat, saucière), a type of boat-shaped kitchenware, usually with a matching plate, specifically for serving gravy or other sauces
  • Boat (or BOAT), an exchange-independent trade monitor or trade reporting platform
  • BOAT (Byway Open to All Traffic), a type of road in England and Wales that is open to all kinds of traffic (including vehicular), but mainly sees mostly foot traffic
  • an unincorporated community in Perry County, Kentucky in the US
  • Boat Branch, a stream in Hickman County, Tennessee in the US
  • Vernon C. Bain Center, a prison ship or jail barge used to hold inmates for the New York City Department of Corrections, nicknamed The Boat
  • Das Boot (German for The Boat), a 1973 novel by German author and painter Lothar-Günther Buchheim
  • BOAT, an American indie rock band
  • Das Boot (or The Boat), the title theme of the 1981 film
  • a 2007 short film directed by David Lynch
  • Boat , a 2009 Japanese/South Korean film
  • The Boat, a 1921 short comedy film written and directed by, and starring Buster Keaton
  • Das Boot (German for The Boat), a 1981 German war film, based on the 1973 book of the same name

-see also:
"Boat" is in the NAICS Code "3366"
  (Ship and Boat BuildingShip and Boat Building)

"Boat" is in the HS Code "4016.94"
  - -- Boat or dock fenders, whether or not inflatable

"Boat" is in the UNSPSC Code "25111910"
  Boat ramps

Ref: 122248/2006-10-09

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