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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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To follow the local team's journey across India on their seven horsepower lawnmower engine rickshaws follow The Dhow and The Longship on social media channels.
Bordeaux, where we joined the longship for our seven-night trip is a World Heritage site with stunning 18th century facades looking out across the Garonne river.
Bordeaux, where we joined the longship for our seven-night trip is a World Heritage site with We unpacked and enjoyed a W stroll on the riverfront esplanade along side cyclists, lovers, mums, dads, kids, roller skaters and happy dogs.
Youngsters can become a Viking raider for the day and make and decorate their own Viking longship.
The Viking Longship: From Skinboat to Seagoing Warship
The procession ends with the burning of a Viking longship. Hogmanay is the Scottish word for the last day of the year.
Falmouth Marine School students spent months building by hand the prow of the Viking Longship - the centre piece of the Nordic inspired garden designed by Sadie, from Allesley.
As part of the shoot, the crew visited Unst to film the replica Viking Longship and longhouse, and interviewed archaeologist Val Turner.
One of the highlights of the Viking festival was the traditional fiery Viking funeral when a longship will be set ablaze on the quayside at Porth Amlwch on Saturday evening.
IT'S not often a 20ft Viking longship is discovered in Brockholes.
River cruise lines are preparing for another year of growth with new destinations and bigger and better vessels, including Viking River Cruises' six new ships in the Viking Longship class.
Gary Morin and Paul Sundquist are in the early phases of an innovative venture they've named Longship Network LLC.