Fishing boat from the North Sea. “Bois Rose” 1876 (Rosewood 1876) is a fishing vessel for herring fishing in the northern seas built in the yards of the port of Fécamp by the carpenters Brument and Capon in 1876. The boat was already equipped at the time for processing and salting the fish on board. It sailed using auric sails, jib and mainsail, and oars if necessary. Main source for the build are drawings granted by the Paris Museum.