In Vorwerk on the island of Poel, a replica of the "Poeler Kogge" floats on the extinguishing pond - a truly worthwhile sight. The centuries-old original of the Hanseatic cog can be admired in Wismar.
In 1997 there was an archaeological sensation - the discovery of the "Poeler Kogge" off Timmendorf. The ship dates back to the 14th century and is so far the largest shipwreck of the Hanseatic period.
The find was reconstructed in the old Wismar harbor and christened "Wissemara". Nowadays the cog, as the largest Hanseatic cog, guides visitors and groups across the Baltic Sea.
In Vorwerk on the island of Poel you can see the replica of the "Poeler Kogge" floating on the quenching pond, which was completed by a boat builder from Vorwerk.