Product images of A Dutch whaler and other vessels in the ice
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A Dutch whaler and other vessels in the ice
Several types of Dutch shipping are shown trapped in the ice. In the foreground to the right a fluyt sits in the ice, stern view to port. The name of the ship is implied on the stern. A sail is shown drying and the detail of the rigging has been carefully observed. At its bow is a small craft also stuck in the ice. Another ship rests beyond with a richly decorated stern. On the left is a kaag, or cargo vessel with the put leeboard visible. Other shipping is positioned in the harbour beyond. A jetty runs behind the ships on the right and land is shown on the far left in the form of a town indicated by several tall buildings and a windmill.
- Image reference: BHC1016
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London