Of this motley army some were in canoes, some in pirogues and others in batteaux.
Periaguas or pirogues, like large canoes but with a square stern.
The pirogues divided into two parties to surround the French boats.
Two pirogues, the crews of which had jumped into the sea, were captured.
Then houses were perceived, then pirogues, then the natives assembled on the strand.
Meanwhile, two pirogues, which were trying to regain the shore, were perceived.
Yet we could perceive the houses amid the trees, and the pirogues on the shore.
He made signs to some Indians who were near their pirogues to approach him.
More than 100 pirogues hastened to surround the two vessels.
They 51 use small boats, or pirogues, and the waves are often too high for them.