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A boat is any concave and fusiform construction made of wood, metal, fiberglass, concrete, or other material. Its shape is capable of floating in the water and is used to navigate as a means of transportation.

Therefore, Boat is a generic term that can refer to both a lightweight canoe and an imposing aircraft carrier. Get the coloring pages of a boat here. Have fun.

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The sea has always fascinated human beings since the beginning of time. Likewise, it has always provided humans with food for his sustenance.

The gathering of seafood and mollusks, fishing, and finally venturing into that sea, generously provided them with food.

Technology progressed, and man built elements to float on water; he probably used tree trunks or other materials abundant in his environment that had buoyancy.

To propel himself and not to be left adrift, he used the oar until he discovered that the wind force could move him with less effort and greater effectiveness; then, he learned how to take the Boat where he wanted and invented the rudder.

It is from here that man through time introduced improvements to their ships, giving them increasingly better drive and steering, until you get to modern ships that sail the world’s oceans today.

When the government and the drift, the man found new uses for the ships he already had at hand.

Humans used them for recreation, fishing, transport, and war, specializing in the invention, new techniques, higher speeds, better maneuverability, and, of course, with weapons increasingly deadly.

The ship that we know today as ship or Boat discovered new lands. For many centuries it was the only means of communication between the continents and made many people famous in times of peace and war.

Not all the sailors who were on the oars were condemned. Some free men embarked out of necessity; they were called “willingly”.

Their only difference with the condemned was that they could wear a mustache and hair, which the condemned did not have since they were shaved and peeled with a monkfish.

During the day, free men who were not rowing could walk and talk freely, but at nightfall, they were chained up just like the condemned.