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Only one boat was moving, a long canoe with an outrigger; and from this something white was slowly waving.
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For a moment the canoe rocked in spite of its steadying outrigger, with the violence of the activities aboard it.
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The outrigger acts as a weight on the windward side, to prevent the narrow canoe from being blown over on the opposite side.
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This I consider to be a more natural sequence than to suppose the outrigger invented as a means of steadying the dug-out canoe.
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Wilkes says that whenever the outrigger gets to the leeward side, there is almost invariably an upset.
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In Samoa the canoes are built with bow and stern, and the outrigger is pointed towards the fore part only.
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To meet this difficulty both the canoe and outrigger are, in some parts, made pointed at both ends.
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From these two logs were derived the double canoe on the one hand, and the canoe with the outrigger on the other.
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A link between the catamaran and the outrigger canoe is seen in a model in the India Museum, from Madras.
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The outrigger probably is pressed too deeply into the water, and meeting with too much resistance, breaks the poles.
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