National Geographic : 1950 Apr
526 The National Geographic Magazine A Wide Spidery Outrigger Keeps This Loglike Kapingamarangi Canoe from Upsetting Its design, introduced from Nukuoro, has largely replaced a differently patterned craft once used in the islands. The long hull is carved from a large breadfruit tree. Outrigger parts are fastened with coconut-fiber twine. Everv family in the atoll has a canoe for gathering food and fishing (page 524). Some craft such as this are paddled; others are fitted with triangular sails.