Originally they had no means of navigating the seas by which they were surrounded, superior to light pirogues, which were little competent to contend with the storms of the broad ocean.
On the morning after her arrival, the ship was surrounded by canoes and pirogues, filled with the islanders of both sexes, bringing off supplies of fruits and vegetables, bananas, plantains, watermelons, yams, cabbages and taro.
Tamaahmaah came on board of the ship in royal style, in his double pirogue.
They swooped down close to the long pirogues
that navigated the lake; and the wild fishermen, terrified at the sight of the balloon, would plunge into the water and regain their islands with every symptom of undisguised affright.
Then I'll take you some night in the pirogue
when the moon shines.
Others will brave rebel and militia checkpoints to travel to Bangui from the rest of the country, and believers from neighbouring Democratic Republic of Congo will cross the Ubangi River in pirogues
to catch a glimpse of the pope.
Brodsky has built kayaks, sneak boats, pirogues
and coffin blinds, which gave him the skills he needed to build his dog hide.
Born and raised in Cajun country, Lee Stephen spent his childhood paddling pirogues
through the marshes of South Louisiana.
When Arceneaux returned to Sao Tome in early December, renovations were already under way in the market and at the American Corner, and Silva had cleared the garden in preparation for a sculpture that would be built from a blooming spray of upright, brightly painted pirogues
Fans can chow down on local fare including potato pirogues
and Primanti Brothers sandwiches stuffed with French fries and coleslaw.
Under the request of the CGOM (Commandement de la Gendarmerie Outre-Mer) that needed a system for intercepting light boats and pirogues
carrying out illegal activities in French overseas territor, Teknisolar Seni developed a specific light radar.
Contractor address : 8-12 rue des Pirogues