Dart used for hunting sea mammals. The dart head has two barbs along one edge, and an iron blade set into a slot at one end and held in place with an iron rivet. The other end tapers to a rounded point where it is inserted into a socket piece attached to the shaft. A hide thong is attached to the dart head through a drilled hole, and the other end of the line is wrapped around the shaf . The shaft is made of wood. It is flattened on one side to fit in the groove of a throwing board, and the end opposite from the head is expanded and has an indentation for fitting against a peg that is commonly found on throwing boards.