National Geographic : 1954 Nov
695 © Kodachromes by Alan Villiers + Afloat, This Dhow-rigged Boat Can Beat to Windward Like a Yacht Sudden storms sometimes overpower Albufeira's keeled boats despite their seaworthiness. Then the fishermen drown. One such boat bears the name Deus Ajuda Quem Trabalha (God helps him who works). Fleece on the stemhead keeps the sail from chafing. Clothing wet by spray at night dries in the morning sun. The weather is peaceful, and the men have given the sail a snug furl before hauling up the boat.