By: Sarah Wutke
History of Boats
This was the very first dugout that is shown in the Museum.
They added straw to the dugouts to make them more comfortable for long journey's.
An example of a
logboat that they tried to make
forbetter lives. They know their economy's future is slow and it will not end well for them. They were willing to paddle as far and for as long as they had too- just to get out of Cuba.
The Cuban's did everything they
could to getout of Cuba.
The distance they had to paddle was very far. That's how bad they wanted to get out- they were willing to do anything.
They kept trying to make boats that would keep everyone safe and they used any materials that were available.
offloating hotels. They have buffet's, waterslides, pools, and endless activities to do on cruise ships.
Carnival Cruise, very popular cruise ship.
The pool inside of a cruise ship.
Some rooms do not have windows as big as this one does.
sailthat makes them move across the water is just a simple piece of either triangle or rectangle fabric. Before fabric was around, they used animal fur as the sail.
A sailboat that crosses the ocean.
Sailboats line up on one side of the lake, then cross the lake to see who gets there first.
This is the inside of a complex sailboat that would cross the ocean.
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