Product images of Ships being repaired
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Ships being repaired
A depiction of ships anchored in a calm harbour. A group on the left consists of one larger ship, probably a merchantman, and several smaller vessels. There is also a group of ships on the far right, flying the Dutch flag. In the foreground a ship lying on its side is being careened. This process involved hauling ships aground to allow their hulls to be scraped free of weed and barnacles.
- Image reference: BHC0814
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London