Launching The Sea Stallion from Glendalough 2017

I will never grow tired of the elegant lines, the beautiful colours, and the history behind Skuldelev 2 and The Sea Stallion from Glendalough.
This day was a bitterly cold day; April 8th 2017 when the crew launched the ship in Roskilde once again.
Spring has arrived despite the cold weather.
















Vikingeskibsmuseet

Havhingsten

24 Comments on “Launching The Sea Stallion from Glendalough 2017

    • Det skib er enestående, og nu har det allerede mange rejser under kølen. Havet var ikke ligefrem blik over Nordsøen 😀

      • Nordsøen er pragtfuld uanset vejrforhold og sjældent bare et “walk-over”. 🙂

        Men tænk sig så’n en skibskonstruktion, udtænkt for så mange år siden… 🙂

      • 🙂 DR.DK viser en udsendelsesrække om Danmarks historie. På søndag kommer vikingerne 🙂
        Måske får jeg svaret på din undren 🙂 🙂

      • Du må gerne orientere, hvis der er guldkorn – jeg er jo ikke så god til fjernsyn og slet ikke dansk… 🙂

  1. Beautiful pictures on the Viking ship. 🙂 It was an impressive ship, imagine that they crossed the Atlantic with such, and also that Leif Eriksson had such one when he discovered America. 🙂 We know too little about our history, the only viking stories are the distorted Thor films from Marvels.
    It must have been an experience to see this, Hanna! 🙂

  2. Det är nåt speciellt med båtar och du har fångat både båt och livet kring den på ett lysande sätt.

    /Skvitt

    • Hi Alen. I love the ship. Almost like it’s my own. You are right it is very impressive!!!

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