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Free Photos of Skiffs and Photos of Jet Skis.

Skiffs are small craft that are vital as basic transportation, whether to get to a larger boat, or as a fishing skiff to transport to a waiting beach for a clam digger, or to take him to clam or oyster beds where he can tong, or for a hand liner to catch some local fish.  Their newer cousins, the jetskis are mostly used for pleasure, but can also be an important tool for anyone needed fast transportation.

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Work skiff being prepared for painting. Fairhaven, Mass.
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Work skiffs. Fairhaven, Mass.

 

 

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Jet Ski. Ocean View, Fairhaven, Mass.
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Fishing skiff. Rincon, Puerto Rico
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Kayaks, Orcas Island, Puget Sound, Washington.
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Skiffs. Shemainus, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada
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Skiffs. Shemainus, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada
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Skiffs. Shemainus, Vancouver Island, BC, Canada
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Skiff carrying family for fishing. Fairhaven, Mass.

 




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This page last updated August 2014