Traditional Arab sailboat (Sambuk)

Traditional Arab sailboat (Sambuk)

The largest type of Arab sailboat, most commonly used as trading vessels in the Persian Gulf.

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sambuk, Arabian sailboat, sailboat, commercial, shipping, watercraft, marine, Arabic, Persian Gulf, traditional

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