Pound-net fishing boat from Holbæk, 1980

Tine was built of larch on oak by boatbuilder H. Willumsen in Holbæk for Gunnar Pedersen, a fisherman, who used it for tending his eel poundnets on Roskilde Fjord. This type of motorised
dinghy completely replaced open sailing dinghies as fishing boats within the decade 1910 to 1920.

Information about Tine

Dockyard: Holbæk (Denmark)
Boatbuilder: H. Willumsen
Owner: The Viking Ship Museum
Year of construction: 1980

Length: 6.55 meter (21 feet)
Width: 2.30 meter (8 feet)
Depth/draft: 1.15 meter (4 feet)
Crew: 1 or 2 men
Engine: Volvo Penta MD17 - 36 Hp
Maximum speed: approx 7 knots