Keelboat vs Pirogue - What's the difference?

keelboat | pirogue |


As nouns the difference between keelboat and pirogue

is that keelboat is (sailing) any sailboat having a keel (as opposed to a centerboard or daggerboard) while pirogue is a canoe of shallow draft, made by hollowing a log.

keelboat

Noun

(en noun)
  • (sailing) Any sailboat having a keel (as opposed to a centerboard or daggerboard).
  • pirogue

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • A canoe of shallow draft, made by hollowing a log.
  • A small flat-bottom boat of shallow draft. Specifically, a flat-bottom boat made of one four-feet by eight-feet piece of plywood, the bottom being a two-feet eight-inches wide eight-feet long pointed-ends lengthwise-centered oval cut from the piece, and the boat's sides being comprised of the two remaining pieces attached lengthwise to the outside edges of the oval.
  • A style of pasta shaped as a miniature canoe folded over.
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