Product images of A kaag leaving the shore in stormy weather
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A kaag leaving the shore in stormy weather
The kaag illustrated in the centre foreground is sprit-rigged, which means that it has a four-sided fore-and-aft sail, the head of which is supported by a sprit that extends upwards from the front of the mast to the peak. A Dutch warship lies at anchor in the bay to the left of the picture. The man in the stern of the kaag is pulling on the sail. A kaag was a type of cargo vessel designed for use on inland waterways.
- Image reference: BHC0922
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London