Gokstad færing to The Canadian Museum of Civilization 

Reconstruction of a ship's boat from the Gokstad ship in Norway, 895

This oak boat was built by two boatbuilders from the Viking Ship Museum for the Canadian Musum of Civilization, where it is exhibited. The original boat is found in Norway together with the Gokstad ship in 1880 and it has probably been used as dinghy fot the 24 metre long, ocean going vessel.

Information about Gokstadfæring to The Canadian Museum of Civilization 

Dockyard: The Viking Ship Museum 
Boatbuilder: Søren Nielsen, Freddy Kristiansen
Owner: The Canadian Museum of Civilization
Year of construction: 1988

Length: 6.50 meter (21 feet)
Width: 1.38 meter (5 feet)
Depth/draft: 0.20 meter (1 feet)
Number of oars: 4
Crew: 2-3 men
Estimated maximum speed: 4 knots