National Geographic : 1940 Nov
The National Geographic Magazine A Moment's Rest, Then Over the Cliffs She Goes! Despite a lack of beaches or sheltered coves for shipyards, Sabans are master small-boat builders. The craft are put together far above the sea and guided by steady hands down steep paths. () (National ueograpnIc : loecy Kodachromes by Charles W. Herbert Strong Arms Make Light Work of the Long Haul Upgrade When a Saba boatman leaves the island for any considerable time, his neighbors help him drag his rowboat from the sea to his back yard for safekeeping until his return.