How to Build a Viking Longship?


In building a Viking ship have the hull made up of overlapping planks of wood that are held together with iron rivets and to maintain this flexibility. The hull of some ships is fixed to the main timber frame with ties rather than nails and at the right side of the ship near the back is a large paddle tied to the hull for steering. Sea going vessels in the past were often mounted with a dragon or serpents head on the prow so you could choose to make this addition.
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