Paraws (or double outrigger sail boats native to the Visayas region of the Philippines) at the Odiongan Bay Walk Photo from: http://outoftownblog.com/exploring-tablas-island-romblon-romblon-media-tour-day-3
Mangroves at the Looc Port in Tablas Island, Romblon. Imagine living just a stone's throw away from gorgeous sceneries like this one! Photo from: http://outoftownblog.com/exploring-tablas-island-romblon-romblon-media-tour-day-3
Iloilo’s festival, the 40-year-old Paraw Regatta, features colorful boats in a 36.5-kilometer race along the Iloilo Strait between Iloilo City and Guimaras Island. The paraw is a small and slim double outrigger made of indigenous materials and traditionally used by Ilonggos for transportation and fishing. GUIJO DUEÑAS/INQUIRER VISAYAS
Sabang (Palawan Island), Philippines Outrigger boats (bangka) are used in the Philippines at all sizes. The outrigger canoe is a type of canoe featuring one or more lateral support floats known as outriggers, which are fastened to one or both sides of the main hull. Smaller canoes often employ a single outrigger on the port side, while larger canoes may employ a single outrigger, double outrigger, or double hull configuration.