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How fast did a Viking longboat go?


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2012-02-15 09:26:40
2012-02-15 09:26:40

On average, a Viking longship went about 5-10 knots (5.5 - 11 mph). Under very favorable conditions, they could reach 15 knots (17 mph).

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