Traditional wooden dhow, Lamu style, built in Kenya. Double masted, est. 100 tons cargo capacity.
The construction was executed with local material, chosen in the traditional way, tree by tree, shaped by a chainsaw in the boatyard and installed using 8″ square shanked copper nails. No design drawings were used, as traditionally these boats were built by eye.
The boat has already gone on a maiden voyage but is currently being fitted with a poop deck and being readied for further journeying.