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Dhow (Arabic داو dāw) is the generic name of a number of traditional sailing vessels with one or more masts with lateen sails used in the Red Sea and Indian Ocean region. Hist...

Dhows : History, Construction and Design of Dhows

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Aug 13, 2010 ... Dhows are ancient Arabic boats that were used for fishing and commercial activities in the olden days. Generally found in the middle east, ...

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Get information, facts, and pictures about Dhow at Encyclopedia.com. ... bow stem and transom stern, indicate its probable derivation from the British jolly boat. ... lower Gulf created a maritime empire that displaced earlier Omani dominance.

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Sep 25, 2008 ... A ship made without nails can withstand the force of monsoon winds. ... Who really invented the Dhow is unknown, but the lateen sail rig is ...

dhow | Arab sailing vessel | Britannica.com

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Dhow, also spelled Dow, one- or two-masted Arab sailing vessel, usually with lateen rigging (slanting, triangular sails), common in the Red Sea and the Indian  ...

Traditional boats of the Gulf - Catnaps design

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The last traditional dhow to be built in Doha, 1972. The last .... The boats and their associated activities created a strong link between the past and present which ...

Dhow | Define Dhow at Dictionary.com

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Dhow definition, any of various types of sailing vessels used by Arabs on the east ... The men gave way, in a few minutes the boat got the dhow within range of her gun. ... People invent new words all the time, but which ones actually make it?

Dhow | Definition of Dhow by Merriam-Webster

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an Arab boat that is low in the front, high in the back, and that usually has one or two sails that are shaped like triangles. Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's ...

The Durable Dhow - Archaeology Magazine Archive

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The Durable Dhow, Volume 50 Number 3, May/June 1997 ... The ghanjah is a large vessel with curved stem (the boat's foremost timber) and a sloping, ornately  ...

The Origins of the Dhow | Marhaba l Qatar's Premier Information Guide

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Jan 4, 2015 ... Some historians claim the dhow was invented by Arabs or Indians. ... In Europe, boat names are based on the type of sail rigging the boat has.

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The Dhow. - Nabataea.net

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For many centuries, boats that sailed on the Indian Ocean were called dhows. While there were many different types of dhows, almost all of them used a ...

Dhow and Skiff Recognition Guide - NATO Shipping Centre

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enables the pirates to blend in among the boating traffic and present itself as a ... This guide was created for the Dhow Project by NATO Shipping Centre with ...

UAE History & Traditions: Boating - UAEinteract

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The Arab dhow is one of the world's most graceful sailing crafts and the ... Mango was also imported from India to construct the smaller boats and dugouts (huri).