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Calm: a kaag coming ashore
A scene showing a variety of vessels and a foreshore, with Dutch kaags in the centre and a groyne or breakwater visible on the right. Kaags were a type of cargo vessel designed for use on inland waterways, with a straight stem and a sternpost and a wide angle between the keel and the stern. They were often used as ferries or lighters on the Zuider Zee, conveying cargo to and from seagoing ships.
Willem van de Velde, the Younger
- Image reference: BHC0896
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London