To sit in a narrow boat like our dugout day after day, not daring to move lest she should be overset, is real labor.
A light and narrow boat in which the fen-men pursue the flocks of wild-fowl.
The long, narrow boat was lowered with half her crew in her.
The steamer was a long and narrow boat, painted black, in the English fashion.
There figured also a long and narrow boat of Mehrikan devising, the Yankyd-Oodl.
Thirty powerful rowers were urging the long, narrow boat toward them.
Also, a counterpoising log of wood, rigged out from the side of a narrow boat or canoe, to prevent it from being upset.
A narrow boat, now concealed from view by the dense growth of rushes, had brought her to the spot.
After which they took their places in the long, narrow boat, for the run of seven miles down the river home.
By and bye—I saw a long, narrow boat shoot out from a cave not far off from me.