A gondola driver is called a ‘gondolier’. In Venice, gondoliers typically wear a uniform outfit of black trousers, a striped shirt and a hat with a red sash. They row standing up using a long oar. Today, gondoliers work more for tourists than for Venetians as gondolas are no longer used as public local transportation.
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