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This article is about the small watercraft used by commercial fishermen in Central America. See panga for information about the panga fish. The Panga is the Central American/Mexican version of a skiff. The term "Panga" was used historically for any small boat other than dugout canoes. Today it usually refers to an open "semi-dory" type skiff, with strongly rising sheer and of comparatively narrow beam. Pangas form the backbone of the small-scale fishing effort in Mexico, Central America and much of the Caribbean. Panga-design boats have become popular fishing and workboats in many parts of the developing world[1] Pangas are usually between 19 and 28 feet (5.79 and 8.53 m) in length, with capacities ranging from 1 to 5 short tons (0.89 to 4.46 long tons; 0.91 to 4.54 t) and powered by outboard motors of between 45 and 200 hp (34 and 150 kW). Their planing hulls are capable of speeds in excess of 35 knots (40 mph; 65 km/h). The hulls are made of Fiberglass or FRP, heavily reinforced by numerous bulkheads and usually have bow and stern enclosed flotation compartments. In the hands of an experienced operator they are considered extremely seaworthy. Most pangas are expected to have a working life of between 5 to 10 years if properly maintained. References ^ For example, A photo of pangas in use in the Sudan on the White Nile. v · d · eAbout fishing vessels Commercial Commercial fishing boats · Trawlers · Seiners · Drifters · Longliners · Factory ships · Fishery Protection Squadron · Fishing fleet · Research vessels · Whalers · Whaling ships · British ships · Japanese ships Traditional Traditional fishing boats · Bawley · Bokkura · Caïque · Cape Islander · Chasse-marée · Coble · Coracle · Couta · Currach · Dogger · Dhoni · Dugout · Falkuša · Felucca · Fifie · Friendship sloop · Galway hooker · Herring buss · Jangada · Jukung · Kolae · Lugger · Luzzu · Mackinaw · Monterey clipper · Nobby · Pirogue · Reed boat · Sampan · Sgoth · Shad boat · Sixareen · Smack · Well smack · Yawl · Yoal Dories Banks · Cape Ann · Gloucester · McKenzie River · Swampscott Oyster boats Bugeye · Deadrise · Log canoe · Pungy · Schooners · Sharpie · Skipjack Recreational Bass boat · Farley