A small, light boat.
a handmade Pinelands wooden boat with a long, pointed prow and flat bottom (The skiff is used to hunt railbirds in the tall grasses of marshy areas of Pinelands meadows.)
A small boat with a flat bottom, pointed in the front and square in the back.
vessel with relatively flat bottom and pointed bow. See Creole, Lafitte, lake or trawling skiff.
Any of various small boats; especially : a flat-bottomed rowboat.
A small, lightweight rowboat or sailboat
a flat bottomed boat with no keel and crosswise planking, usually used for utility purposes. Also any small boat.
Usually a small, powered metal boat—up to 16 feet in length—commonly found on purse seining boats. The seine skiff is used to assist in the pursing process by initially pulling the net away from the boat and back again once the fish are encircled. Helps keep the boat and net from becoming entangled.
any of various small boats propelled by oars or by sails or by a motor
(Chipewyan) - a flat-bottomed boat, typically about 7m long; used for river travel
A small flat-bottomed ship's boat, having a sharp pointed bow and a square stern. Could be propelled by oars or sail.
A skiff is a small flat-bottomed open boat with a pointed bow and square stern, used mainly by fisherman. Skiffs are usually only able to hold one or two people and can use oars, a sail or a motor for propulsion
A light, open, small sailing boat or, more broadly, a boat with an open, self-draining hull.
A style prominent in the mid-twenties to mid thirties among exclusive European coach-builders. These were boat-tailed bodies, usually made of wood in a manner similar to conventional boats. The 'deck' resembled that of a boat and was frequently made of mahogany planks. The great French carrossier Jean Henri Labourdette is considered the originator of the style.
racing boat for single sculler (North of England); clinker pleasure boat for several passengers, sculled by one, two or three persons (River Thames)
A flatbottom open boat of shallow, having a pointed bow and a square stern and propelled by oars, sail, or motor.
A very light roadster or tourer frequently of boat-like design ( Gentile).
A small, simple, shallow-draft boat.
An open flat bottomed rowing boat.
technically, a flat-bottomed boat, but often used to name any small boat for rowing, sculling, or fitted with an outboard motor
The term skiff is applied to various river craft, but a skiff is typically a small flat-bottomed open boat with a pointed bow and square stern. Although originally used mainly by fishermen, they are today primarily leisure craft. They usually hold either one person or, more commonly, three (two scullers and a coxswain).