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Essential Knots, Knot Tying, Knots of the outdoors-SR

Essential Knots, Knot Tying, Knots of the outdoors-SR

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tall ships

tall ships

Snekkja by Thorleifr.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Snekkja by Thorleifr.deviantart.com on @deviantART

Viking ship

Viking ship

The great sea expeditions of the Viking Age - The basis of the great sea expeditions undertaken by the Vikings was ship technology. The Viking ship was a piece of high technology based upon hundreds of years of development and experience. It was distinguished by its narrow keel and shallow draught. This made even the largest ocean-going warships suitable for sailing onto beaches and up rivers. Such tactics enabled, for example, the siege of Paris to be carried out in the year 885.

The great sea expeditions of the Viking Age - The basis of the great sea expeditions undertaken by the Vikings was ship technology. The Viking ship was a piece of high technology based upon hundreds of years of development and experience. It was distinguished by its narrow keel and shallow draught. This made even the largest ocean-going warships suitable for sailing onto beaches and up rivers. Such tactics enabled, for example, the siege of Paris to be carried out in the year 885.

Viking ship Íslendingur at Stekkjarkot, a reconstruction of an 1100 year old design, Njarðvík

Viking ship Íslendingur at Stekkjarkot, a reconstruction of an 1100 year old design, Njarðvík

Pagan Roots... A Viking Ship In Shetland, Scotland.....  Secrets of Secrets

Pagan Roots... A Viking Ship In Shetland, Scotland..... Secrets of Secrets

Message

Message

Greek ships had sails, and were pushed along by the wind. Small trading ships usually stayed close to the shore, so the sailors did not get lost. Before a voyage, the sailors prayed to the sea god Poseidon, for a safe journey

Greek ships had sails, and were pushed along by the wind. Small trading ships usually stayed close to the shore, so the sailors did not get lost. Before a voyage, the sailors prayed to the sea god Poseidon, for a safe journey