My drawing in the vector format (no auto trace/copy) of an ancient arab dhow.
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Dhows are ancient two-masted sailing boats that were used especially in the Middle East regions. Generally known as traditional Arab boats, dhows were used for trading goods and fishing activities. Dhows were typically of three to five hundred tones in weight and had a slender hull design. Dhows are still used in many countries around the world, mostly those in the regions between the Persian Gulf and East Africa.
Source of original dhow reference image used:
Author: Pearson Scott Foresman, donated to the Wikimedia Foundation
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