National Geographic : 1954 Nov
() National Geographic Society 4 Nazare Girls, Copying Grandmothers' Styles, Wear up to 9 Petticoats Each Voluminous clothing does not keep fishermen's daughters from scrambling like kittens over boats drawn up on the sand. These craft wear registration numbers. Some carry a sign of the cross. The devout Portuguese frequently name their boats for saints. Kodachromes by Alan Villiers 4' Bringing In the Boat End to Sea Means No One Goes Home Drenched The cockleshell riding the surf near Costa Nova can make a living for a dozen men. Crewmen fish with nets or hand lines. They need no bullocks for beaching. Boys (left) bring rollers for the keel; a man wades out with a hauling rope.