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|Zulu / Woodstock / Yacht / Yachtsman
The Zulu shape combines the canted bowl of the Dublin with an 1/8 bent stem. The shape is sometimes referred to as a Woodstock, Yacht or Yachtsman. The gentle bend makes the pipe more comfortable to hold in the teeth than a straight pipe. This popular style is made by most pipmakers and is widely available on the estate market.
Bowl is like the one in a Dublin and canted forward.
Stem is bent - usually 1/8.
The Zulu/Woodstock differs from the Horn in that there is a definite, if not sharp, difference between the bowl and the shank that is not apparent in the Horn.