Bragoc "Paolina", registration number KK 1941 from Krk, is 9.69 m long, 2.32 m wide, with a draught 0.73 m. This vessel was built in Italy in Chioggia in the 1950s, the shipbuilder is unknown. Today she is owned by the City of Krk. Bragoc is a special type of coastal sailing ship that originates from the Venetian lagoon, and was mostly used in Istria where it was used for fishing. The hull of the bragoc has round sides and a flat bottom without a keel, a small draft, but with a large rudder that reaches deep below the bottom of the vessel. Bragoc has a rounded, backward curved bow and a flat stern. The stern quarter hull is abruptly bent into the stern hull, and the deck with the low bulwark extends along the entire vessel. Bragoc "Paolina" has two masts, a smaller (front) mast is placed at the bow with a smaller mainsail, and the main (rear) mast is placed amidships with a mainsail. The deck extends along the entire length of the vessel. This boat has a built-in Perkins inboard engine. In history, this bragoc was used for fishing, i.e. for pulling the trawler net (coccia). Today this vessel is used to participate in many regattas of traditional boats and events related to maritime heritage and to promote the maritime and shipbuilding heritage of Krk.