"Wijdt ship. (a larger type of "kromsteven" defined as a Dutch inland sailing ship with curved stern posts. The rudder pole projected through these stern posts called "hek") (type "kromsteven" also called "tjalk" ship). Anonymous technical drawing. "Grootspant" (=mid ships frame) and side view of a "wijdt" ship. Inscription; "Wijt 20 voeten, hol [...] voet 3 duym; Lanck over steven 70 voeten". Coll. Nederlands Scheepvaartmuseum, Amsterdam inv. I.11.2.

I did find an early depiction of a "smalschip" in the archives. One may however imagine a slender version of this "wijdtschip" .