The sail was used to travel South, whereas oars and oarsmen were needed to travel North. You find, in the package, two ships ready for both South and North travel.
C4D file has also NURBS sail and ropes [Plummet] so that they can be animated. Follow the tutorial you find in the package.
This type of ship has a few peculiarities, which can be seen as typical, starting with Middle Kingdom.
An Egyptian nobleman usually had, with him, at least 4-5 ships of this type, when travelling: a real personal fleet. The usual crew was 15-20 men. When not used the mast was usually completely dismantled and removed by the crew.
In the package you will find:
1- An Ancient Egyptian Nobleman Ship with hoisted sail for a South travel; 
2- An Ancient Egyptian Nobleman Ship with dismantled mast, oars and big oar for a North travel; 
3- 4 typical Ancient Egyptian Ship props: 
c. small common Oar
d. 2 models of Egyptian Plummet
4- 2 NURBS C4D files to create animation of sail and ropes [plummet] with tutorial; 
5- Full and complete set of ropes, all modeled; 
6- Modeled pavilion and rudder; 
7- Tutorials to use and duplicate oars, to use sail and rudder with position of people when on board; 
8- Textures Templates to customize textures; 
9- 34 PhotoReal Hi-DEF textures with a double set of wood materials [dark and light], gold and linen [2048x1790; 2048x1686; 2048x1406; 1024x1024; 1100x1700; 1000x1000; etc.]; 
10- Alternate Textures to create different types of elements; 
11- Man Reference Model [1.70 m]. 
All the Models are prepared Hi-DEF and Photoreal, perfect for any type of Rendering!
Models Polygons and Vertices [VUE and 3DS] for C4D and OBJ Polygons are [ca /2]:
Nobleman Ship Aa Sail [325491; 213881]
Nobleman Ship Ab Dismantled Mast [276504; 178581]
Ship Prop A Seat [188; 337]
Ship Prop B Gangplank [240; 534]
Ship Prop C Oar [1450; 1021]
Ship Prop D Plummet A [21784; 13564]
Ship Prop D Plummet B [7240; 4774]
Enjoy THE NBTY-EGYPT 3D SERIES.
The NBTY 3D series is developing high-fidelity 3D reconstruction of Objects, Architecture and Scenes from Ancient Egypt and Middle East Antiquity.