And there, indeed, went the piraguas on their way back to the ships.
So soon as they had come to shore the piraguas returned; and when the sun was up two hours high, the people had all got over.
The head man came off to visit me, and some piraguas with fowls and fruits came alongside, to trade with the sailors.
But here is my thought: he is a good sailor, especially in piraguas and galleys: give him a brigantine.
"But our landing will be effected in canoes and piraguas and open boats," cried an officer impatiently.
So considerate was he that to assist them he presented them with several of the piraguas which he still had in tow.
They learnt that many Buccaneers had lately crossed the isthmus, and were coming along the coast in canoes and piraguas.
Afraid of losing their piraguas, the Buccaneers80 sent their prisoners and baggage to some flats behind the island.
The French fleet was next attacked by a Spanish galley and two piraguas.