The idea for modern round boats came from the ancient coracle, or a type of boat used as far back as the Bronze Age (3,000 BC) for fishing and transportation. There was only one way to power these boats back in those days, and of course it involved a lot of manual effort.

Modern-day round boats are not revolutionary for the concept, but rather how they’re made – molded polyethylene (plastic) produces a light weight craft that doesn’t leak, is stable and cost effective.

Not only do modern round boats have more advanced materials than ancient coracles, they have more sophisticated ways of moving across the water.

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