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Logboat (Boat 8)

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Length 4.78m; Width 0.42m; Depth 0.10m

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Logboat (Boat 7)

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Length 2.25m; Width 0.56m; Depth 0.15m.

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Logboat (Boat 6)

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Length 6.25m; Width 0.71m; Depth 0.31m

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Logboat (Boat 5)

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Length 3.94m; Width 0.35m; Depth 0.25m.

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Logboat (Boat 4)

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Length 8.42m; Width 0.85m; Depth 0.12m

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Logboat (Boat 3)

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Possibly the earliest known example of a transom-built boat in the UK found at the bottom of the Must Farm channel. Length 4.34m; Width 0.70m; Depth 0.30m.

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Logboat (Boat 2)

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Small double prow-built logboat complete with puddled-clay repairs. This boat was found atop of a collapsed fish weir. Length 5.44m; Width 0.68m; Depth 0.23m

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Logboat (Boat 1)

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Latest or highest situated of the logboats, Boat 1 was the first to be discovered. Uniquely, ‘decoration’ in the form of incised cross-hatching adorned the sides of the vessel, both internally and … read more

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Logboat (Boat 9)

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