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Copper Eskimo Kayak
The Copper Eskimo kayak was used by a band of Eskimos living in the Coronation Gulf area of the Arctic coast several hundred miles east of the Alaskan border.
A description of it Copper Eskimo Kayak (PDF) from Sea Kayaker magazine, Summer 1985.
With a length of 7.09 metres and a beam of 39.6 cm, certainly a long skinny thing. Weight, 20 kg.
David Zimmerly took the lines off a National Museum of Man, Ottawa, Canada collection kayak in 1982.
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