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    in or on a boat

    What could we say: The refugees were crowded on or in(to) a boat. ?

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    Re: in or on a boat

    See http://www.ldoceonline.com/dictionary/boat Definition#1

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    Re: in or on a boat

    Normally, I would say "onto", but if they were forced into a space under the deck, I might say "into".

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