A Dutch flagship and a Fluyt running into a Mediterranean harbour by Johannes Beerstraaten

A Dutch flagship and a Fluyt running into a Mediterranean harbour

Johannes Beerstraaten

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A Dutch flagship and a Fluyt running into a Mediterranean harbour

On the left of the picture, a Dutch flagship in broadside view, flying the Dutch flag, is preparing to enter a Mediterranean harbour. In the central foreground a Mediterranean galley leaves the harbour and to the right of the galley a Dutch fluyt also prepares to enter the harbour. Fluyts were widely used by the Dutch during the 17th century as trading ships. Their great advantage was that since they only required a small crew to handle them they were economical to operate.
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  • Image reference: BHC0811

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