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longship

a narrow open vessel with oars and a square sail, used esp by the Vikings during medieval times
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There's an18-foot long ship and massive sea monster that swims out over the audience.
The 20-meter long ship, which is a replica of 600 BC vessel, was constructed in nine months according to the design of a wreck of Ancient Phoenician ship found near Gibraltar Strait in the Mediterranean.
The 157 metre long ship is the largest monohull subsea well intervention vessel built, boasting a large deck space, heavy capacity subsea cranes, excellent sea-keeping performance, all interventions using dynamic positioning system, and 18 knots transit speed.
Because the 377-foot long ship is larger than its predecessor, the Los Angeles-class submarine, the base's floating dry dock was upgraded to handle Virginia-class submarines.
The 193- metre- long ship with seven passenger decks will offer services such as spas, diners, duty free shops and even a chance to play cricket on high seas.
The 16-metre long ship, a Dutch-modelled tjalk, a fiat-bottomed military transport ship, is one of the few remaining vessels from the time of Peter the Great.
The 1,080ft (330m) long ship was fully laden with two million barrels of oil when pirates boarded it and is the largest vessel ever to be hijacked in a region which has become notorious for piracy.
In the fall of 1997, a team of "mad" scientists set out aboard the 98-meter- (322-foot) long ship Des Groseilliers, a Canadian Coast Guard icebreaker.
The 15-metre long ship prototype Stena Airmax will be named today in Gothenburg.
The 15-year-old limited edition single malt is presented in a wooden frame inspired by a traditional Viking long ship, and is the second release in The Valhalla Collection.