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The military launches were the only clinker-built ones on this coast in the nineteenth century. This distinguishing feature became a sign of identity, and the Basque seafaring community referred to them as trincaduras. Local smooth-hulled boats on military functions subsequently adopted the same name, despite the contradiction

The military launches were the only clinker-built ones on this coast in the nineteenth century. This distinguishing feature became a sign of identity, and the Basque seafaring community referred to them as trincaduras. Local smooth-hulled boats on military functions subsequently adopted the same name, despite the contradiction

A Wooden Faroese Rowing Boat on board Johanna TG326, Vágur, Faroe Islands - Magnus á Oyri TG111 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

A Wooden Faroese Rowing Boat on board Johanna TG326, Vágur, Faroe Islands - Magnus á Oyri TG111 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Pillaging of wrecked ships was a reality in the 18th century. Here a well researched example at one of the most dabgerous place of Europe's coasts; the "R z de Sein"

Pillaging of wrecked ships was a reality in the 18th century. Here a well researched example at one of the most dabgerous place of Europe's coasts; the "R z de Sein"

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