Leut (tratarica) "Sveti Andrija", registration number MD 564 from Mošćenička Draga, is 7.95 m long, 2.58 m wide, with a draught of 0.92 m. This vessel was built in the town of Cres in 1934, the shipbuilder is unknown. Today she is owned by the Barković-Blaženić family from Sveta Jelena, a place near Mošćenička Draga. Leut is one of the oldest vessels on our coast, dating back to the time of the Illyrians and Liburnians. Leut is a vessel of very massive build and resistant to strong wind and waves, which made it a real merchant ship of its time, but also a fishing boat for open seas. She is similar in design, construction, equipment and purpose to the gajeta, so we can consider them as related vessels. The basic differences are in the size and volume of the hull. Compared to the gajeta, the leut is its reinforced version decked along its entire length, with deck hatch covers and a smaller bulwark. Leut "SvetiAndrija" has one mast and is sailed with the main mainsail and a jib. The deck extends along the entire vessel. This boat has a built-in SCAM brand internal engine. Historically, this vessel was used to fish for small oily fish, first with trawler nets and later with smaller purse seines. Today this leut is used for demonstration sailing, and for presenting the Ecomuseum Mošćenička Draga at festivals and regattas of traditional boats throughout Kvarner.