The measuring is done from existing boats that are traditionally built. Some are still in use, some are stored in different museums and some are left as wrecks in different places. Some of these wrecks have more or less fallen to pieces, but are reconstructed at the plan. Several boats are gone and does not exist any more.
For most of the plans a complementary sheet with information about material and dimensions are enclosed. On the plan the boat is drawn in external profile and cross-section profile at CL. In plan, each half with interior and the other half without. All ribs are drawn.
The plans are printed on coated standard paper 90g, mostly in size A1, but can be bigger (e.g. vrakeka 28 feet) or smaller. The plans are sent rolled in a paper cylinder.
19 foot. Length approx 5800, width 1600 mm.
Belongs to Stranda local folklore society in Mönsterås since 1927, otherwise unknown. Archaic boat type, possibly built around 1880. Completely in oak. Interior is missing.
13 foot. Length 4045, width 1200, depth 310, deep-going 275 mm.
Build 1936 by "Parkapojkarna" Fritz Henriksson, Hilding Svensson and Anders Svensson. Orderer John Persson, Stora Hammar, Torhamn. Present owner Peter Niklasson, Truseryd, Torhamn. Made by oak.
16 foot. Length 4820, width 1880, depth 670, deep-going 520 mm.
Build 1926 at Pukavik Boat- and Shipyard, Pukavik. Former owner Karl Olausson, V Näs, Mjällby. Present owner Blekinge Museum, BLM no 14.771. Completely in oak. Interior, mast and rig is missing, foresail is missing but is reconstructed, topsail probably don't belong to the boat.
Reconstruction of a 50 feet post ship from 1692, build by Francis John Sheldon in Karlskrona for post transports between Ystad and Stralsund. A replica was build at The Naval Museum in Karlskrona during the years 1996-1999, that nowdays often can be seen sailing in the Baltic Sea. Since 2006 Hiorten is owned by Blekinge Sjövärnskår and has Karlskrona as home port. For the building a large number of plans were produced, around 65 sheets, most of them in scale 1:10. Some of these can be ordered..
16 foot. Length 4750, width 1725, depth 530, deep-going 480 mm.
Build 2008 in Björkenäs by Bertil and Roger Andersson. After model from Hasslö Båtvarv, plan no 94. Owner Roger Andersson, Hästö, Karlskrona. Build completely in oak.
16 foot. Length 4750, width 1725, depth 530, deep-going 480 mm. Build 2008 in Björkenäs by Bertil and Roger Andersson. After model from Hasslö Båtvarv, plan no 94. Owner Roger Andersson, Hästö, Karlskrona. Build completely in oak.
Length 5650, width 2190, depth 760, deep-going 620 mm.
Probably build around 1910 by Sven-Johan Olsson, Joggesö. Owner Blekinge Museum, BLM 17.463. Measured and reconstructed to its original appearance. Build completely in oak.
20 foot. Length 6040, width 2030, depth 660, deep-going 650mm.
Build 1907 by Samuel Truedsson, Kuggeboda. Ordered by Rickard Forsberg, Aspö pilot station. Owner Isolde Romanus Egerborg and Victoria Romanus, Munsö. Build completely in oak.
22 foot. Length 6540, width 2700, depth 1180, deep-going 850 mm.
Fishing boat that was built on the island Ekö in Hällaryd archipelago in Blekinge in the 1960s by John Karlsson, to Allan Svensson who later in time moved back to his island Ungskär in eastern Blekinge. Allan used his boat for fishing, transport and communications in the eastern archipelago until his death. The boat is now a wreck.