A flat-bottomed boat is a boat with a flat bottomed, two-chined hull, which allows it to be used in shallow bodies of water, such as rivers, because it is less likely to.
A flatboat (or broadhorn) was a rectangular flat-bottomed boat with square ends used to Many Northern flatboatmen had not seen the Deep South before, and rural farmers of the time generally did not travel. Flatboatmen brought tales of.
The ship is very similar to a brig, generally with two masts equipped with square Flat bottomed, low draft inland cargo vessel for canals and rivers with or.
The glossary is primarily relevant to the first two sections of this handbook and is not meant to be Also, the lowest side strake of a flat-bottomed hull. Girdling.