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Red And Blue Wooden Boat Puzzle Details:

About: Start today's new puzzle, jump aboard the red and blue wooden boat featured in this fun new game and let's go for a relaxing boat ride. Until the mid-19th century most boats were made of natural materials, primarily wood, although reed, bark and animal skins were also used. By the mid-19th century, many boats had been built with iron or steel frames but still planked in wood. By the 1930s boats built entirely of steel from frames to plating were seen replacing wooden boats in many industrial uses and fishing fleets. Around the mid-1960s, boats made of fiberglass (glass-reinforced plastic) became popular, especially for recreational boats.
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