A caïque is the term for a traditional fishing boat usually found among the waters of the Ionian or Aegean Sea, and a light skiff used on the Bosporus. It is traditionally a small wooden trading vessel, brightly painted and rigged for sail. The caïque is also a typical case of positioning the widest beam far aft, with a long sharp bow.
The Greek fishing vessel is probably the trehantiri, experts now agree that it’s an evolution of the dalmatian trabacoulo, specifically made for the Aegean and it’s 3-3-3 waves around the 17th century. The name in byzantine Greek was trohantiras and it means curved bow stem.