A European fish. See Doree, and John Doree.
A small, strong, flat-bottomed rowboat, with sharp prow and flaring sides.
A rowboat with a flat, narrow bottom and high freeboard noted for its seaworthiness
See more info One of the most common fishing vessels used in Atlantic Canada.
a flat bottomed boat with no structural keel and with bottom planking running lengthwise. Traditionally used as hand-line fishing boats lowered from mother ships in late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Featured in the movie "Captain's Courageous".
Found in European waters, this white-fleshed sea fish, also known as St Peter's fish, is an odd-looking creature with an oval, flat body and a large, spiny head. The flesh is delicate and mild and can be cooked in a variety of ways including grilling, sautéing and poaching.
A flat, sea fish, with white flesh, also known as St Peter's fish.
a small boat of shallow draft with cross thwarts for seats and rowlocks for oars with which it is propelled
marine fishes widely distributed in mid-waters and deep slope waters
a flat-bottomed boat, pointed at both the bow (front) and stern (back) so that it can easily ride the waves
a small boat often used for rowing ashore from a large ship
a specially designed boat that can be launched directly into the surf--they have a distinctive bow so they can "hit the beach running" sotospeak
A small rowing vessel with a narrow, flat bottom and high sides curving outward.
A small, narrow, flat-bottomed and shallow draft boat, usually with high sides and a sharp prow, propelled by oars.
Flat-bottomed rowboat made of wood, fiberglass or aluminum with upturned ends and flared sides. Rowed on whitewater rivers by a single boatman in the middle of the boat using a set of oars. Carries up to four passengers.
The common name for a dinghy when it is used in conjunction with a mother boat for troll lining when targeting Spanish mackerel.