Spray skatted gleefully over her bows and the wavelets made a gurgling music along the clinker-built strakes of her.
The lugger was found to be decked and clinker-built with a running bowsprit on which she set a jib.
The boat in question is clinker-built, the planks having the same peculiarities as those of the Viking ship just described.
The boat is thus a transitional form between the dug-out canoe and the clinker-built boat.
Another light, clinker-built boat was launched, and reached him just right.
The shell or body looked like a clinker-built boat of twenty-five or thirty tons, bottom up, and the seams of the laps newly paid.
In the midst of a channel was a clinker-built boat—and a man was standing in it.
And now I will give my reasons for preferring the clinker-built cedar boat, or canoe, to any other.
She was clinker-built; that is, had plates slightly overlapped, like the shingles on the side of a house.
There are few crafts more capable of riding a stormy sea than is a clinker-built rowboat.