The Kvarner guc MD 400 was built in Lovran in 1970 by the boatbuilder Ivan Nino Gasparinić. Its length over all is 4.77 m, width 1.50 m, and draft 0.30 m. The boat is owned by Marcello Hubička of Mošćenička Draga. The construction of this boat was commissioned by the well-known Babačić fishing family of Mošćenička Draga. The boat was used by the family for fishing with small fishing gear: spears, longlines, gill nets and fish traps. The current owner bought the boat in 2004 and used it for recreational fishing, and for the last ten years the boat has participated at traditional boat festivals and regattas. This Kvarner guc has very slender lines because it was made as a rowing boat. The structural elements of the boat (keel, stem and sternpost, apron and inner post, floor timbers, frames, longitudinal stringers, caprail and benches) are made of oak. The planking is made of spruce. The boat is open, without a deck, and is transversely reinforced by benches. It has one mast, a lugsail and a jib. The boat is powered by oar, sail, and outboard engine. The Kvarner guc MD 400 was renovated as part of the Arca Adriatica Italy-Croatia cross-border cooperation project by the master boatbuilder Loris Rubinić and his son Josip Rubinić. They renovated the keel, stem and sternpost, most of the floor timbers and all of the frames, longitudinal bilge stringers, outer and inner sheer strakes, caprail, benches, and part of the planking. They also made a new rudder and mast, and equipped the boat with traditional rigging. This Kvarner guc is an important example of a restored traditional fishing boat that will be used for sailing demonstrations and with which the Mošćenička Draga Eco-Museum will present itself at traditional boat festivals and regattas throughout the Kvarner region. The boat is currently in use, and in the summer months is moored in the harbour at Mošćenička Draga.