Longship Retraces Vikings' Oar Strokes Across North Sea

October 2007
Military History;Oct2007, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p9
The article reports that Sea Stallion, a reconstructed Viking warship has left Danish waters, bound for Irish shores. But education, not invasion, is the aim of this ship's masters. The project to reconstruct Sea Stallion, using traditional tools and techniques and 300 original timbers, began on the Roskilde docks in 2000, under the direction of the Viking Ship Museum which houses its four sister ships.


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