TG 24 English

The snipa-boat exhibits all of the features and details characteristic of similar vessels from the southern coast of Skåne. Most striking, perhaps, are the inward-curving stem and stern post, the wide stern and the slender, drawn-out forebody. The long and steeply sloping keel and the relatively large number of strakes, however, are also characteristic of this type of boat, as are the sheet joints and the bitts on the prow.

The snipa-boat was built to order for the brothers Bror, Erik and Bengt Nilsson, that is to say, ”the Nilsson Boys” in Beddinge.

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