CARMEN

A traditional Galician boat, characteristic of the estuary of Muros, but extends to the coast of Death the north and towards the river Miño.

It is considered an evolution of the boat, although smaller size of 4 to 6 meters. It has two sterns, hampering their survival in the appearance of the engine. Its narrow sleeve sets a very suitable for rowing.

It is used for the hull construction to stop. It observes a strict symmetry between the bow and the stern, since the first is higher and released. Very lightweight, the lack of coverage, hallway and tilla. In addition, the wood pieces are thinner than other boats. Used for oak ribs and keel, and pine from the other pieces.

You can also sail hammer or bolt rope. In the first case, the right and below the lintel and vice versa.

Design Specs

LOA:
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Beam:
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LWL:
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Draft:
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Design or Class: 
Buceta
Home Port: 
Ponte do porco
Boat Type: 
do Norte
Rig: 
Gunter
Gross Displacement: 
0.850
Number of Engines: 
0
Builder Name: 
Hand Builder
Location Built: 
Foz , Spain
Year Built: 
1954
Owner Name: 
Roi
Owner Country: 
Spain
Posted on:
Tue, 03/17/2015 - 7:18am
Last modified on:
Tue, 03/17/2015 - 10:20am