There is so many forms of transportation, and for so long there was only four ways to get from point A, to point B. Trains, wagons, horses, boats, or walking. Nowadays there is so many different options for us to choose from. Yes we still do travel by trains, walking, boats, and sometimes even by horses. The capabilities we have today that we didn't have back then, was plains, cars, high speed trains, motorcycles, bicycles, and other means of transportation. This section is dedicated to all the different types of boats that has been used over time to get people and families from one place to the other, as well as the transportation of supplies like medicines, food, clothing, and even weapons. I welcome you to this section on how to draw boats. There is all sorts of boats to choose from which makes this area especially fun. For the pirate in all of us, try and tackle the lesson that teaches you how to draw a pirate ship. These boats where one of the first creations to ever sail the seven seas. It wasn't just pirates that had ships with over four sails, settlers sailed across the world just to settle on different parts of the earth to form countries, cities, and towns we know as colonies. Some of the worlds history builders also used one of these vessels, like Christopher Columbus. Here the choices are wondrous. If you are looking to draw a boat that just uses a set of paddles, you will find it here. Since summer is approaching, why not try your skills and try drawing a sailboat. Whatever you choose you will have fun regardless, and you will also learn something new about the boat or ship you are going to draw. Have fun, and remember to use vivid colors to shade in your work.