bawley

noun
baw·​ley | \ˈbȯ-lē\
variants: or bawley boat
plural -s

Definition of bawley 

: a broad-beamed shallow-draft cutter-rigged fishing boat used especially for shrimping around the Thames and Medway estuaries

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