Larger or longer, like a langskib. Unless the langskib is only for several vikings, no french people allowed aboard.
Perhaps this explains why the french people call the longship a "drakkar", so they know it is off-limits for them
That's interesting - I think we have a similar issue with the English translation of this sentence too. Has anyone living ever used the word "Frenchmen?" French men, yes. Frenchmen sounds like something the Scarlet Pimpernel would say.