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Paraws (or double outrigger sail boats native to the Visayas region of the Philippines) at the Odiongan Bay Walk Photo from:

The view of the sunset at the Odiongan Bay Walk, Tablas Island, Romblon is absolutely perfect! Photo from:

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:

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Photograph of the week: Riding the paraw in Boracay

Riding the paraw - a double outrigger sail boat, in #Boracay - #Philippines

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

The Banca boat is a double-outrigger canoe in the Philippines. It is traditionally used by the fishermen, and lately, the scuba diving centers use the boat as their main transport for scuba diving....

Picturesque fields on Tablas Island, Romblon, Philippines

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70.8%: Indigenous, Philippine double outrigger canoe w/ fansail

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.