"Trechantiri"

 The most common type of vessels in Greece still being built in Greek shipyards. It was named of a similar Byzantine vessel called “Trochandira”.  It’s main characteristic is the convex cutwater with the also characteristic upper end called “Koraki”. It was the main vessel used in Greek island of Hydra. Trechandiri vessels are still sailing the Aegean sea for all kinds of purposes: fishing, transportation etc. In their era their rigging was any of the following: Gaff schooner, topsail schooner, schooner brig or “Bratchera” (two large square sails).

 The specific model is rigged as “Bratchera”.              

    Details 

Scale

Length

Width

Height

1:20

75cm

16,5 cm

58 cm