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Gallery B: The Duyfken 1606 Replica Project,

Fremantle Western Australia

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The Duyfken 1606 Replica Foundation Project is a maritime archaeological exercise, recreating a working, full scale replica of the Dutch jacht, Duyfken. The reconstruction took place at the Maritime Museum in Fremantle, Western Australia.

For more than 2 years, Mastery Multimedia captured the evolution of The Duyfken with QuickTime VR Photography, from when the bare ribs (known as futtocks) were first in place, to her sea trials off the coast of WA, before her departure. Our final QTVRs, taken on board the 'Little Dove' as she crested and dipped through the open seas off Fremantle were the most technically challenging and personally fulfilling of the entire process.

The Duyfken has since completed successful journeys from Fremantle, Western Australia, to Banda, Indonesia, Queensland via the Cape York Peninsula, and in late 2002, completed an extraordinary voyage from Australia to The Netherlands.

Barb waves the QTVR flag on board The Duyfken

Geoff with camera and Kaidan rig on board The Duyfken

26th March, 2000: Mastery Multimedia sails on the Duyfken during final testing.

The Duyfken Sailing off the WA coast, 26th March, 2000

A small number of passengers were privileged to work as crew on The Duyfken for the day.

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Node 24: Using the halyard to raise the sails.

Node 26: Preparing the mizzen. View from the aftcastle.

Node 28: View from the stern, sailing west.

Node 29: The hold: hammocks, sea chests, ballast and ropes.

Node 30: The whipstaff area of the aftcastle.

Visit our QTVR Documentary Archive of the Building of The Duyfken, and read more about the Duyfken 1606 Replica Foundation here. 2 years of shipwrights at work on The Duyfken, captured via QuickTime VR Panoramas.

Read more background material on the Duyfken's award-winning living history website here. Tech Specs: We captured the images with a Canon EOS 620 camera with a Sigma 17-35mm AF lens, on a Kaidan QuickPan Magnum Head. These five Panoramas stitched with The VR Worx.


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