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Ahoy -- whose name has an appropriately nautical theme based on the traditional sailor's cry -- will host the Eurovision semi-finals on May 12 and 14, 2020, with the final on Saturday, May 16.
From the show's setting in Hawkins Indiana, Scoops Ahoy will visit 11 " Hawkins Roads " around the UK and Ireland, offering free ice-cream to all those who live there.
Scoops Ahoy will visit ten "Hawkins Roads" around the UK and Ireland, offering free ice cream to all those who live there.
Scoops Ahoy will visit 10 'Hawkins Roads' around the UK and Ireland for 15 days, arriving in Scotland today (4 July).
For as low as P2,500 per night, one can rent a cabin on the Passenger Ship Ahoy, a converted river steamer built in 1914.
25 June 2018 - New York, US-based agile workspace platform Knotel has acquired Germany based workspace operator Ahoy!Berlin, marking Knotel's latest step in its European expansion, the company said.
The locals blew the roof off the Ahoy Arena when home hero Raymond van Barneveld entered the fray midway through the evening and he compensated for van Gerwen's slip with a win over Simon Whitlock.
Owner Phil Comben posted on the Chips Ahoy Facebook page yesterday morning: "Just before closing the fryer was being filtered when it caught alight.
The 2016 MTV EMAs will broadcast on Monday, November 7, at 12.01am UAE time from the Ahoy Rotterdam in Rotterdam.
When Alexander Graham Bell invented it in 1876 he wanted the preferred initial greeting when speaking into it, to be: "Ahoy!" He thought the nautical expression the most appropriate although I think this would have had a limited appeal in modern society, except to ex-sailors, like my mate Kev, who inevitably opens a call with: "Ahoy, me heartie", and Leslie Phillips impersonators: "Ahoooy, permission to board?