The travel blog will take you onboard the Sea Stallion for the anniversary voyage. The weblogs are written by Museum curator Louise K. Henriksen and Ph.D. Morten Ravn. You are welcome to post a comment or question.
Life onboard the Sea Stallion by Museum curator Louise K. Henriksen. A blog from the ship about the small and big experinces when sailing trough the waters of Denmark and Northern Germany. Follow life on board an open ship, cpmplete with blisters and seasickness, tar and rope, the art of cooking in rough seas, stays in harbours, etc.
On board a Viking Age longship by Ph.D. student Morten Ravn, University of Copenhagen and the Viking Ship Museum. This blog deals with the communicative relationship and operational dialectics on board a longship. By participating in the Sea Stallion from Glendalough's summer voyage 2012, one can begin to understand crew organisation, tasks and methods of communication.
On board the Sea Stallion from Glendalough communication can be studied on different platforms; one being the…
Louise K. Henriksen M.A. in history. Louise has been employed at the Viking Ship Museum since 2003 – initially as a student. In 2007-2008, Louise worked in the project secretary for The Sea Stallion from Glendalough, and helped plan the trial voyage of the long ship – she was also on board when The Sea Stallion sailed from Roskilde to Dublin and back. Since 2008, Louise has worked as a curator in the exhibition team. Louise is one of the two foremen at midships.
M.A. in prehistoric archaeology with a specialisation in ship archaeology. Morten has been employed at the Viking Ship Museum in Roskilde since 2002, and became a curator at the museum in 2008. Presently, Morten is conducting his Ph.D. research on the building and use of Viking-Age warships. Apart from being a crew member on board The Sea Stallion from Glendalough, Morten also is a crew member on the Skuldelev 6 reconstruction, Kraka Fyr.