A double-ended rowing and sailing boat, pointed both bow and stern. Length averages 14 to 18 feet. Used by lobstermen, who typically rowed them standing up and facing forward. Boat is very stable allowing fishermen to stand to haul in traps. Also called a peapod, which is now its common name. Smaller ones in 13-14 foot range are built for recreation. It was developed around the Penobscot Bay in the late 19th century, possibly around North Haven or Vinalhaven or in the Owls Head area.