outrigger canoe

NOUN
  1. a seagoing canoe (as in South Pacific) with an outrigger to prevent it from upsetting
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How To Use outrigger canoe In A Sentence

  • Their boats are outrigger canoes, and outboard engines are not allowed.
  • With strong arms and obliging souls, Tahitians usher ashore French vacationers after a lagoon cruise on an outrigger canoe.
  • The Hawaiian outrigger canoe is part of the cultural heritage of America's only Island State.
  • Trivialized for decades by mass-market tourism, Hawaiian culture - from classic hula dancing to outrigger canoe racing - is being embraced enthusiastically.
  • This was a diversion from the profitless discussion, and Kohokumu and I dipped our paddles and raced the little outrigger canoe to the dancing pole. The Water Baby
  • This time we will be assembling an outrigger canoe.
  • The fishermen of the cooperative had a large outrigger canoe, fished in a traditional manner with nets and caught about 350 kilo of fish a day on average.
  • In 2003, Tim attempted to solo sail from Florida to Cuba in an outrigger canoe.
  • In 1994, she was a walk-on at the Newport Beach outrigger canoe club; in 2000 she and her eight crewmates won the sport's national championships.
  • My visit had coincided with the outrigger canoe-racing world championships and my ears were filled with the sound of manic, tinkling ukuleles.
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