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Polynesian catamaran

Polynesian catamaran

Polynesians traveled huge distances with their specially designed boats.

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Polynesian catamaran, catamaran, Polynesia, sailboat, water transportation, shipping, navigation, discovery, Pacific Ocean, island, Islands, explorer, watercraft, settlement, sail, antiquity, prehistory, history

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