Gaspé boat

Gaspé boat
a vessel used on the Gaspé peninsula of Québec. About 35 feet long, it is used in longlining and net fishing. Similar to the Labrador boat and the Tancook whaler, these three types of boat are also called double-enders from their sharp stern and bow

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