Studland Bay (ca. 1515)
The hull was constructed in the Iberian-Atlantic tradition. The hull remains were scattered into three primary sections that were spread over a wide area. One section of the starboard side was 22.5 m long and 2.5 m wide. Thomsen has reconstructed the hull lines based on a number of contemporary treatises. One mast partner survived. The keel was shaped like an inverted mushroom; it also had a 15 cm-long skeg. 1
1. Richard Steffy, INA Shipdata Project, Texas A&M University.