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The Viking ship the Icelander is an exact replica of an old Viking ship called the Gokstad ship, which was excavated from an ancient burial mound in Norway in 1882. It is therefore likely that the settlers of Iceland sailed ships similar to the Gokstad ship.
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Its draft is 1,7 m (5,6 feet) and its average speed is 7 mph while top speed is 18 mph.
To begin with, the Icelander was used to educate Icelandic school children on the Viking era.
In the middle of the ship there was a sandpit to support an open fire, and livestock such as lamb would provide fresh meals for the long voyages.