Boats and boating - Equipment and supplies

Boat fittings, Boats - Oars, Boats - Paddles, Fitting out of boats
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Norman, Edmund, 1820-1875. Attributed works :Pa, Te Aro, Wellington looking towards the Hutt River [1842 or 1843?]
Date: 1840 - 1845 By: Gilfillan, John Alexander, 1793-1863; Norman, Edmund, 1820-1875 Description: Shows Maori with pigs in the foreground and a carved canoe prow, dwellings and other buildings of the pa, the palisade, the harbour and ships in the backgro...
Smith, Ashley W., 1948- :News. An American has sailed up a river in Portugal on a boat he built from 160,000 wine corks. New Zealand Shipping Gazette, 20 July 2002.
Date: 2002 By: Smith, Ashley W, 1948-; New Zealand shipping gazette (Periodical) Description: A drunken sailor is brandishing a wine bottle in one hand and an oar in the other. There are empty wine bottle floating in the water and on board a box of fu...
[Team New Zealand] Sunday News, 28 February 2003
Date: 2003 From: Walker, Malcolm, 1950- :Digital cartoons Description: Shows the Team New Zealand's model of a pocket knife. It includes a snorkelling mask and tube, oars, bellows, bucket, life jacket, sellotape, propellor, and ...
[Team New Zealand] Sunday News, 28 February 2003
Date: 2003 From: Walker, Malcolm, 1950- :Digital cartoons Description: Shows the Team New Zealand's model of a pocket knife. It includes oars, bellows, bucket, sellotape, propellor, and a brace and bit. Refers to the difficultie...
[Team New Zealand] Sunday News, 28 February 2003
Date: 2003 From: Walker, Malcolm, 1950- :Digital cartoons Description: Shows the Team New Zealand's model of a pocket knife. It includes a snorkelling mask and tube, oars, bellows, bucket, life jacket, sellotape, propellor, and ...
'Chinese cancel Olympic rowing team's accommodation'. "Fix it... Oar else!" 31 May, 2008
Date: 2008 Description: Shows a Chinese man gritting his teeth and closing his eyes. Above him is a New Zealand oar and from off comes a voice saying 'Fix it oar else!'. Printed up ...
Mantell, Walter Baldock Durrant, 1820-1895 :Mr Hughes after ye launch of ye Moki down river. The chief Taiaroa tryeth to ferry over Mr Wills. But as ye moki will not bear them, Mr Wills returns to the shore. Tairoa and ye Commissioner do cross. Mons Malmanche takes ye moki back. Over the river. Sunday 25 October [1848]
Date: 1848 By: Mantell, Walter Baldock Durrant (Hon), 1820-1895 Description: Rough sketch of the coastline near the Waitaki River, South Canterbury. Along the edge of the page is a series of 5 comic views of Taiaroa, Malmanche, Wills,...
Mantell, Walter Baldock Durrant, 1820-1895 :Waihau, Sunday morning, making a moki. Hokey pokey. [October 1848].
Date: 1848 By: Mantell, Walter Baldock Durrant (Hon), 1820-1895 Description: In the upper sketch, four European men alongside a small tent, with two Maori, gathering sticks (possibly flax stalks) to make a small reed boat or mokihi. ...
Date: 1994 From: Clark, Laurence [Klarc] 1949- :New Zealand Herald cartoons. 3 - 31 May 1994 Description: Shows Nelson Mandela at his desk on which there is a box containing a carved paddle. Refers to the gift presented by Jim Bolger to Mandela on his inaugurati...
Sainson, Louis Auguste de, b 1801 (after) :Pl. 1. Oceanie. 1 et 3. Costume des habitans de Tonga. 2 et 4. Id. de la Nouvelle Zelande. Demoraine delt; Taillant sculpt. Paris, Imp de Logay, rue de la Bucherie, 1 [1856]
Date: 1827 - 1856 By: Sainson, Louis Auguste de, 1800-; Demoraine, Louis Pierre Rene, 1816-; Taillant, active 1840?; Imprimerie Legay (Paris, France) Description: Shows four male figures, derived from Sainson, but arranged by the copyist. The first and third are from Tonga and the second and fourth from New Zealand. T...