Some 70% of the surface of the earth is under water. Our distant ancestors saw seas and oceans as barriers they could not traverse. Until they started building boats. From the earliest canoes that neolithic people carved out of tree trunks to the longboats Vikings used to pillage and plunder. From the logs of the great explorers to the importance of today’s maritime transport. Plunge into the history of shipping in the new interactive exhibition A Great Story of Navigation and explore the many discoveries and innovations it has brought.

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