A Shallop is a smaller sized boat used for sailing or rowing in shallow waters.
The Shallop pictured on this page is described a:
“…the Dutch sloop or Shallop or boot or market barge, sometimes called a tjalk. When about 20 feet long it is sometimes called a boier. It was the customary craft on the Dutch inland sea and waterways and was rigged with a sprit mainsail and a staysail as here, and usually carried leeboards. “
- Book: “A Descriptive Catalogue of the Etched Work of Wenceslaus” by Richard Pennington. 2002.