Side view of four dhows (sailboats) moored along the shore of Bahrain Island. Four dhows are moored in the sea facing into the right distance. The nearest dhow, possibly a j?lb?t [jalboot] , sitting at the centre has two masts, a square-shaped stern, and an upright bow. Behind it on the left a boom, with a rounded stern and a pointed bow, is moored. A third boat, possibly a sambuk, is moored futher back on the left. At the far left the bow of a dhow is visible at the edge of the frame. The sea around the dhows is gently rippled by the wind, and above the sky is clear and cloudless.
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