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Viking Long Boat Urn: Video

We know a lot of you like the Viking Boat Urn. We also know that many want to know what it looks like and how it works. So we took one out to the beautiful Blagdon Lake in Somerset to show you.

Here is the video.

The boats are hand made to be fully biodegradable from sustainable wood sources.

This video has been cut down the actual duration was 9 minutes 30 seconds although we can’t guarantee timings as it is dependant on many thing, but mainly the weather and how calm the water is – the more choppy the faster it takes on water and the faster it will sink. We do build buoyancy into the design, but this isn’t an exact science. Particularly when fire is involved.

I have not put any music on the video for two reasons, firstly I could not think of the right piece, but mainly because when I watched it I thought the noise of the birds and the calm serenity was beautiful enough. However, I am open to suggestions…

For the main page – Viking Boat Urn

7 thoughts on “Viking Long Boat Urn: Video

  1. Reply
    Erik Grevenstuk - 12th April 2024

    what size was the one shown in the video?

    1. Reply
      Richard Martin - 12th April 2024

      That is a Standard size.

  2. Reply
    Robin D Fisk - 24th December 2023

    I’m interested in one if your pieces, what would it cost to have one built.and sent to the US? I didn’t see any prices

    1. Reply
      Richard Martin - 5th January 2024

      Hi Robin
      We do ship these to the US
      Here is the link – Viking Longboat Urn
      Shipping is calculated at the end when it knows where you are, the cost is around £120
      Kind regards
      Richard

  3. Reply
    Nellie - 14th May 2023

    Did you have to get permission from anyone to do the Viking boat urn at blagdon lake please

    1. Reply
      Richard Martin - 15th May 2023

      Gosh I think the chap did, but it was so long ago I couldn’t be sure I am afraid.

  4. Reply
    Elaine Wilkinson - 5th July 2022

    Very sadly our boor took.many minuites ti.light an kept going out!l

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