|Firing from Åfjord
(Trøndelag) of 1900 - Firings are boats for
four pairs of oars and can also raise a square
|Pram from Holmsbu of 1920
- Prams are a typical Norwegian type of boat from
the more sheltered eastern
and southern coasts. They have no keel and their rising bottom makes it easy to pull them up onto the shore.
They are often used as tenders.
from Smøla of 1884 - Femring means a
boat for five pairs of oars. These boats were
built by itinerant
boatbuilders to the order of fishermen, who mostly used them for long-lining.
Hardanger of 1850 - Larger farms kept
a bigger boat that held most people of the
farm for the Sunday-trip to church.
Gøthesen, G. (1977): Skagerak-Kysten.- Norske Båter, Bind I: 144 p., Oslo (Grøndahl & Søn Forlag A.S.).
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