Lakatoi

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File:Hiri Moale Festival.jpg
Modern day lakatoi at the Hiri Moale Festival, a modern celebration of the previous Hiri trade cycle.
File:PSM V52 D045 Papuan lake dwellings with a lakatoi under sail.jpg
Papuan lake dwellings with a lakatoi under sail, 1898 or before.
File:Papua Lakatoi 2s 6d stamp with POSTAGIE variety.jpg
1901 stamp by the British Government depicting a lakatoi.

Lakatoi (also Lagatoi) are double-hulled sailing watercraft of Papua New Guinea.[1][2][3][4][5][6][7] They are named in the Motu language and traditionally used in the Hiri trade cycle.

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References

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