Recently in Brindisi popped in an unusual guest: wooden ship "St. Peter, Metropolitan of Moscow."
Built in Petrozavodsk and based on old drawings, three-masted ship is a replica of the 17th century seacoast rook. All the details - from Horns to the tiller - made in the style and technology of pre-Petrine era.
The ship is made of oak and the Karelian pine, has three masts with square-rigged and diesel motor. Length is 16 meters. Pomors on such barges plied all the North Sea.
A man who was on board, immediately disappeared inside, as soon as I approached the camera. Weather was also not so good.