dugout canoe

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Noun1.dugout canoe - a canoe made by hollowing out and shaping a large logdugout canoe - a canoe made by hollowing out and shaping a large log
canoe - small and light boat; pointed at both ends; propelled with a paddle
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After failing to reach Japan on bamboo rafts last year, researchers behind a Taiwan-Japan project to explore a sea route between Taiwan and Okinawa that may have been traveled 30,000 years ago, will try a sturdier, dugout canoe, reported CNA.
A similar experience further is the Siitan River in the fringes of Nagtipunan, which offers a lesser-known but equally exciting cruise aboard a dugout canoe where one can marvel at the amazing geological wonders.
Elsewhere, Pacific Islanders were canoe sailing masters; the crab-claw sail was in common use, attached to a dugout canoe or two dugout canoes tied together, catamaran-style.
It was a dugout canoe, made by hollowing out a tree trunk.
Although light and handy in the mokoro (dugout canoe), the recoil was ferocious.
Doyli lives in the Amazon rainforest; she considers herself fortunate that she can take a dugout canoe to school, when some children live in such remote areas that there are no teachers available to educate them.
First, the samples are transported by dugout canoe, then they are placed in a vehicle and driven to the mobile laboratory in Gueckedou, where they are examined by technicians.
But then, through some remarkable, fateful discoveries, their lost African family heard their songs and dances and, utterly astonished and overjoyed, declared 'They Are We!” And so when travel regulations for Cubans were at last relaxed, four members of the Ganga-Longoba made their first-ever overseas journey, traveling by plane, boat, dugout canoe and then on foot to stay in their ancestral village.
Taking a dugout canoe trip often meant walking hundreds of extra yards to water that was deep enough to launch from.
One summer day, Paul got this idea to build a dugout canoe from a large tree trunk.