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    • A. J. Meerwald

    • A. J. Meerwald

      A.J. Meerwald is the state ship of New Jersey. She is a restored oyster dredging schooner, whose home port is in the Bivalve section of Commercial Township in Cumberland County, New Jersey. Launched in 1928, A.J. Meerwald was one of hundreds of schooners built along South Jersey's Delaware Bay shore before the decline ... Read »


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    • Aagtekerke (ship)

    • Aagtekerke

      The Aagtekerke (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈaːxtəˌkɛrkə]) was a ship of the Dutch East India Company built in 1724. It was lost without trace during its maiden voyage in 1725–26, when it sailed from Cape of Good Hope in the Dutch Cape Colony to Batavia in the Dutch East Indies. The Aagtekerke was bui ... Read »


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    • Actaeon (ship)

    • Actaeon (ship)

      Actaeon was a ship that was wrecked without loss of life on 28 October 1822 in the D'Entrecasteaux Channel in Bass Strait, between Tasmania and mainland Australia. The Actaeon, a ship of 305 tons was built at Fort Gloster, India in 1815 and owned by J. Scott & Co. of Calcutta. It left Mauritius on 6 September 1822 bou ... Read »


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    • Active (ship)

    • For other ships of the same name, see HMS Active, USCGC Active, USRC Active, and USS Active. Active was a ship that disappeared in the Tasman Sea in 1810. Active was a brigantine sealer under the command of Captain John Bader when it was driven ashore in Westernport Bay, Australia on 11 June 1809. No crew were lost a ... Read »


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    • Adventure (schooner)

    • Adventure

      Adventure is a gaff rigged knockabout schooner. She was built in Essex, Massachusetts, and launched in 1926 to work the Grand Banks fishing grounds near Gloucester. She is one of only two surviving Grand Banks knockabouts – schooners designed without bowsprits for the safety of her crew. Adventure was declared a ... Read »


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    • Af Chapman (ship)

    • Af Chapman (ship)

      88.4 m (290 ft) loa af Chapman, formerly Dunboyne (1888–1915) and G.D. Kennedy (−1923), is a full-rigged steel ship moored on the western shore of the islet Skeppsholmen in central , Sweden, now serving as a youth hostel. The ship was constructed by the Whitehaven Shipbuilding Company, located in Whit ... Read »


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    • Akarana

    • Akarana

      Akarana is a racing yacht which was built in Auckland, New Zealand in 1888 by Robert Logan (Senior) to represent that country in the Australian Centennial Regatta held on Hobson's Bay, Victoria. She was restored as New Zealand's bicentenary gift to Australia and is today currently the oldest vessel in the collection of ... Read »


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    • Alabama (schooner)

    • Alabama (schooner)

      Alabama is a Gloucester fishing schooner that was built in 1926 and served as the pilot boat for Mobile, Alabama. The Alabama's home port is Vineyard Haven, Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts. The Alabama is owned by The Black Dog Tall Ships, along with the Shenandoah, and offers cruises of Nantucket Sound. The scho ... Read »


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    • Alexander von Humboldt (ship)


    • Alexander von Humboldt II

    • Alexander von Humboldt II

      Alexander von Humboldt II is a German sailing ship built as a replacement for the ship Alexander von Humboldt, which had been launched in 1906 and used for sail training since 1988. Constructed by Brenn- und Verformtechnik (BVT) in Bremen, the new ship was launched in 2011. Just like her predecessor, the Alexander von ... Read »


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    • Alfa Romeo II

    • Alfa Romeo II

      Alfa Romeo II (rechristened Esimit Europa 2) is a maxi yacht designed in 2005 by Reichel/Pugh for yachtsman Neville Crichton. First-to-finish in the 2009 Transpacific Yacht Race ("the Transpac"), she also set a new elapsed-time Transpac race record for monohulls. Alfa Romeo II is a "Reichel/Pugh 100" design measuring ... Read »


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    • Alfa Romeo III

    • Alfa Romeo III (also known as Shockwave) is a 21-metre (69 ft) "mini-maxi" built to compete with other boats of the same size in shorter distance races under IRC rules. As Alfa Romeo I and Alfa Romeo II, she was also designed by Reichel/Pugh and built by McConaghy Boats; Her 31.5-metre (103 ft) mast was also bui ... Read »


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    • Alingano Maisu

    • Alingano Maisu, also known simply as Maisu /ˈmaɪʃuː/, is a double-hulled voyaging canoe built in Kawaihae, Hawaii by members of Na Kalai WaÊ»a Moku o HawaiÊ»i and Ê»Ohana Wa'a members from throughout the Pacific and abroad as a gift and tribute to Satawalese navigator Mau Piailug, who navigated the vo ... Read »


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    • Alinghi 5

    • Alinghi 5

      Alinghi 5 is a 90 ft (27 m) (LWL), 90 ft (27 m) beamsloop-rigged catamaran built by Alinghi for the 33rd America's Cup. She was launched on 8 July 2009 when she was lifted from the construction shed in Villeneuve, Vaud by a Mil Mi-26 helicopter and carried to Lake Geneva. She was subsequently carried (agai ... Read »


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    • Allanshaw

    • Allanshaw

      Allanshaw was a 1,589 ton, iron sailing ship with a length of 80.1 metres (263 ft), beam of 12.3 metres (40 ft) and draught of 7.0 metres (23.0 ft). She was built by William Simons & Company of Renfrew for the J.G. Potter & Company of Liverpool and launched on 29 August 1874. She was bought by the Nourse Line ... Read »


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    • Ambassador (clipper)


    • Amelia (ship)

    • Several ships have born the name Amelia: ... Read »


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    • America (yacht)

    • America (yacht)

      America was a 19th-century racing yacht and first winner of the America's Cup international sailing trophy. The Royal Yacht Squadron's "One Hundred Sovereign Cup" or "£100 Cup," mistakenly known in America as the "One Hundred Guinea Cup," the trophy was later renamed after the original winning yacht. On August 22, 1 ... Read »


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    • American Promise (yacht)

    • The American Promise was a yacht used by Dodge Morgan in 1985-1986 for a record-breaking 150-day, 27,000-mile solo circumnavigation of the planet. The American Promise is a 60-foot Bermuda rigged sloop, boat that was designed by 1974 America's Cup winner Ted Hood for Dodge Morgan's solo round-the-world record attempt. ... Read »


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    • American Spirit (schooner)

    • American Spirit (schooner)

      American Spirit is a 65-foot gaff-rigged, steel-hulled schooner. She is owned and operated by the National Maritime Heritage Foundation in Washington, D.C. and is used as a "floating classroom" for teaching District of Columbia-area students about sailing and maritime history. American Spirit is also used for excursion ... Read »


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    • Italian training ship Amerigo Vespucci

    • Italian training ship Amerigo Vespucci

      The Amerigo Vespucci is a tall ship of the Marina Militare, named after the explorer Amerigo Vespucci. Its home port is La Spezia, Italy, and it is in use as a school ship. In 1925, the Regia Marina ordered two school ships to a design by General Lieutenant Francesco Rotundi of the Italian Navy Engineering Corps, ... Read »


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    • Amsterdam (VOC ship)

    • Amsterdam

      The Amsterdam (Dutch pronunciation: [ˌɑmstərˈdɑm]) was an 18th-century cargo ship of the Dutch East India Company (Dutch: Vereenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie; VOC). The ship started its maiden voyage from Texel to Batavia on 8 January 1749, but was wrecked in a storm on the English Channel on 26 January 1 ... Read »


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    • Andrew Jackson (clipper)

    • Andrew Jackson (clipper)

      The sailing ship Andrew Jackson, a 1,679-registered-ton medium clipper, was built by the firm of Irons & Grinnell in Mystic, Connecticut in 1855. The vessel was designed for the shipping firm of J.H. Brower & Co. to carry cargo intended for sale to participants in the California Gold Rush. The ship's dimensions we ... Read »


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    • Anglona (clipper)

    • Anglona (clipper)

      The schooner Anglona was the first American opium clipper. She sailed in the Chinese coastal trade in the 1840s, and had a famous race with the schooner Ariel around Lintin Island. Anglona was a flush decked fore-and-aft schooner of the New York pilot boat type. R.B. Forbes was interested in fast schooners for cl ... Read »


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    • Ann Alexander (ship)

    • The Ann Alexander was a whaling ship from New Bedford, Massachusetts, notable for being rammed and sunk by a wounded sperm whale in the South Pacific on August 20, 1851, some 30 years after the famous incident in which the Essex was stove in and sunk by a whale in the same area. The Ann Alexander was a ship-rigged ... Read »


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    • Anna (ship)

    • Anna (ship)

      See George Anson's voyage around the world for details of final voyage Anna was a merchant vessel originally employed as a collier taking coal from Yorkshire to London. For her final voyage, she was contracted by the Admiralty to carry additional stores for the squadron of Commodore George Anson on his voyage around t ... Read »


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    • Annie (sloop)

    • Annie

      Annie is a Sandbagger sloop located at Mystic Seaport in Mystic, Connecticut, United States. Built in 1880 in Mystic by David O. Richmond, Annie was built for Henry H. Tift and was used for competitive racing. Annie was donated to Mystic Seaport in 1931 and was the first vessel in their collection of watercraft. In 200 ... Read »


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    • Antelope of Boston

    • Antelope of Boston

      Antelope was a medium clipper built in 1851 near Boston, in Medford, MA. She sailed in the San Francisco, China, and Far East trades. She was known for her fine finish work and for her crew’s escape from pirates. She is often called Antelope of Boston to distinguish her from an extreme clipper launched in 1852, An ... Read »


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    • Appledore II


    • Arbuthnot (galley vessel)

    • Arbuthnot was a British naval vessel belonging to the Royal Navy. She may have been a rebel-owned vessel which was captured as a prize and renamed. She was commanded by Captain Scallon when her crew burned down large portions of the wooden city of Sunbury, Georgia during the British evacuation in April 1782. The Britis ... Read »


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    • Arbuthnot (schooner)

    • At least three British privateers bore the name Arbuthnot during the American Revolutionary War. ... Read »


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    • Argia (schooner)

    • Argia (schooner)

      Argia is a two-masted, gaff topsail schooner. Argia's home port is Mystic, Connecticut, United States. The Argia was built in 1986 to be used as a tourism and charter vessel. Argia operates during the months of May through October. She is a replica of a 19th-century schooner, designed and built by Captain Frank Fulchi ... Read »


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    • Argo (Indian ship)


    • Argo (yacht)

    • Argo (yacht)

      S/Y Argo is a two-masted Marconi rigged schooner. She is owned and operated by Seamester Global Programs as one of two sail training vessels the company operates. Argo is certified and inspected by the British Maritime and Coastguard Agency as a Category “0” vessel, allowing her unrestricted operation in the ... Read »


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    • Argument (ship)


    • Ariel (clipper)

    • Ariel (clipper)

      Ariel was a clipper ship famous for making fast voyages between China and England in the late 1860s. Ariel was a full rigged ship of 853 tons net register, measuring 197.4 feet (60.2 m) x 33.9 feet x 21 feet (6.4 m). She was designed by William Rennie, and built in 1865 by Robert Steele & Co., Greenock for Shaw, ... Read »


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    • Ariel (schooner)

    • Ariel (schooner)

      Ariel was a 4-masted schooner built by Matthew Turner in 1900. She was wrecked at Inuboyesaki, Japan, in 1917. ... Read »


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    • Ariki (yacht)

    • Ariki (yacht)

      Ariki is a racing yacht which was built in Auckland, New Zealand in 1904 by Logan Brothers. She had a distinguished career as a racing and cruising yacht. From the time of her launch in Oct 1904 she dominated first class Auckland yacht racing until the appearance of the yacht Ranger in 1938. She has the sail number A3 ... Read »


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    • Arno (ship)

    • Arno (ship)

      The Arno, was a 1,825 ton, iron sailing ship with a length of 270.7 feet (82.5 m), breadth of 39 feet (12 m) and depth of 22.5 feet (6.9 m). She was built by Charles Connell & Company, Glasgow, Scotland, for the Nourse Line, named after the Arno River in central Italy, which flows past Florence and Pisa to the ... Read »


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    • Asgard (yacht)

    • Asgard is a 51-foot (16 m) gaff rigged yacht. She was owned by the English-born writer and Irish nationalist Erskine Childers and his wife Molly Childers. She is most noted for her use in the Howth gun-running of 1914. Asgard is sometimes mistaken for Dulcibella, the boat in Robert Erskine Childers's classic novel ... Read »


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    • Asgard II

    • Asgard II

      Asgard II was the Irish national sail training vessel, until she sank in the Bay of Biscay in 2008. A brigantine, she was commissioned on 7 March 1981 and purpose-built as a sail training vessel by Jack Tyrrell in Arklow, County Wicklow. She was named after the Asgard, a yacht which smuggled weapons for the Irish Volun ... Read »


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    • Atlantic (yacht)

    • Atlantic (yacht)

      The Atlantic was built in 1903 by Townsend and Downey shipyard, and designed by William Gardner, for Wilson Marshall. The three-masted schooner was skippered by Charlie Barr and it set the record for fastest transatlantic passage by a monohull in the 1905 Kaiser's Cup race. The record remained unbroken for nearly 100 y ... Read »


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    • Australia (schooner)

    • Australia

      Australia is a coasting schooner located at Mystic Seaport in Mystic, Connecticut, United States. Australia was built in 1862 in Great South Bay, Long Island, New York and was originally named Alma. Australia was designed to carry freight and to be able to traverse shallow water. Australia was used as a blockade runner ... Read »


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    • Australia II

    • Australia II

      Australia II (KA 6) is an Australian 12-metre-class America's Cup challenge racing yacht that was launched in 1982 and won the 1983 America's Cup for the Royal Perth Yacht Club. Skippered by John Bertrand, she was the first successful Cup challenger, ending a 132-year tenure (with 26 successful defences) by the New Yor ... Read »


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    • Avon (ship)

    • Avon (ship)

      The Avon, formerly known as Dunolly, was a 1,572 ton, iron sailing ship with a length of 255.6 feet, breadth of 37.6 feet and depth of 22.6 feet. She was built by Charles Connell of Glasgow in 1884 for John Brown of Glasgow. The Nourse Line bought the ship in 1890 and renamed it the Avon after the River Avon in the sou ... Read »


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    • Banque Populaire V


    • Baron of Renfrew (ship)

    • Baron of Renfrew (ship)

      Baron of Renfrew was a four-masted barque of 5,294 gross register tonnage (GRT), built of wood in 1825 by Charles Wood in Quebec, Canada. She was one of the largest wooden ships ever built, although she was a disposable ship built for a one-way voyage to transport timber to England and did not complete a single voyage ... Read »


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    • Batavia (ship)

    • Batavia (ship)

      Batavia (Dutch pronunciation: [baːˈtaːviaː]) was a ship of the Dutch East India Company (VOC). It was built in Amsterdam in 1628, and armed with 24 cast-iron cannons and a number of bronze guns. Batavia was shipwrecked on her maiden voyage, and was made famous by the subsequent mutiny and massacre that took ... Read »


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    • Bayard (ship)

    • Bayard (ship)

      Bayard was a three masted, 67 metre long, 1,028 ton, sailing ship built by T. Vernon and Son, Liverpool for the Hall Line in 1864. In 1868 she was transferred to Sun Shipping Company and in 1881 sold to Foley and Company. On 20 August 1883 she arrived in Suva, Fiji carrying 494 Indian indentured labourers from Calcut ... Read »


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    • HMS Beagle

    • HMS Beagle

      HMS Beagle was a Cherokee-class 10-gun brig-sloop of the Royal Navy, one of more than 100 ships of this class. The vessel, constructed at a cost of £7,803, was launched on 11 May 1820 from the Woolwich Dockyard on the River Thames. In July of that year she took part in a fleet review celebrating the coronation of Ki ... Read »


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    • Bee (ship)

    • Bee was a sloop that in 1806 sank off the coast of Newcastle, Australia. Bee was under the command of Thomas Bryant when it sailed on 25 June 1806 from Sydney, Australia, for the Hawkesbury River. On 28 June the ship ran into a storm that shifted the ballast, and damaged the rigging and mast. All the food was washed o ... Read »


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    • Belem (ship)

    • Belem (ship)

      Belem is a three-masted barque from France. She was originally a cargo ship, transporting sugar from the West Indies, cocoa, and coffee from Brazil and French Guiana to Nantes, France. By chance she escaped the eruption of the Mount Pelée in Saint-Pierre de la Martinique on 8 May 1902. All Saint Pierre roads were f ... Read »


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    • Belle Poule (A 650)

    • Belle Poule (A 650)

      Belle Poule is a French naval schooner used as a training vessel. She was launched on 8 February 1932 at the Chantiers de Normandie at Fecamp. She is a replica of a type of fishing vessel that was used until 1935 off Iceland for catching cod. She has a sister ship, Étoile. In 1940 she fled to the United Kingdom an ... Read »


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    • Benicia (barquentine)

    • Benicia (barquentine)

      Benicia was a barquentine built by Matthew Turner in Benicia, California in 1899. She was known for a fast passage from Newcastle, New South Wales to Kehei, Hawaii, of 35 days. Benicia was wrecked on Lafolle Reef off Haiti on 10 October 1920. At least two other sailing vessels also carried the name Benicia. Gibbs rep ... Read »


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    • Berar (ship)

    • Berar (ship)

      The Berar, named after a region in western India, was a sailing ship of 902 tons, owned by Tyser & Haviside and was built in 1863 by William Pile at Sunderland. Initially the Berar was used to carry immigrants to Australia and New Zealand. Under charter to the Shaw Savill Company, the ship made three trips to New ... Read »


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    • Berrimilla II

    • Berrimilla II

      Berrimilla II is a 33 ft sailing yacht, most famous for performing two remarkable circumnavigations and for being the 77th vessel to transit the North West Passage since Amundsen’s Gjoa in 1903–06, her transit was the 114th (some vessels have done more than one). She is owned and skippered by an Australian ... Read »


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    • Betsey (schooner)

    • Betsey (schooner)

      Betsey was a privately owned schooner of 75 tons that was wrecked in the South China Sea in 1805 while en route to the newly established penal colony of New South Wales Betsey departed the port of Macau on 10 November 1805, heading for the port of Sydney in New South Wales. her crew comprised two officers, Captain Wil ... Read »


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    • Betsey (ship)

    • Betsey (ship)

      Betsey was a ship that was abandoned off the coast of New Zealand in 1815. On 28 December 1814 Betsey, under the command of Philip Goodenough, left Sydney for Macquarie Island, where she arrived on 13 February 1815. Goodenough landed a sealing party of thirteen men and then headed north to the Auckland Islands to unde ... Read »


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    • Schooner Black Douglas

    • Schooner Black Douglas

      The Black Douglas (later teQuest, Aquarius, Aquarius W; now El Boughaz I) is a three-masted staysail auxiliary schooner built for Robert C. Roebling (great-grandson of John A. Roebling and grand-nephew of Washington Roebling) at the Bath Iron Works of Bath, Maine, and launched on 9 June 1930. Designed by renowned New Y ... Read »


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    • Black Watch (full rigged ship)

    • Black Watch was a large full rigged ship built by Windsor shipbuilder Bennett Smith in Windsor, Nova Scotia, the last ship built by Smith in Windsor. Bennett Smith was the foremost owner,designer and master shipbuilder in Windsor. He ran a shipyard inherited from his father on Smith's Island,at the intersection of ... Read »


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    • Blackadder (clipper)

    • Blackadder (clipper)

      Blackadder was a clipper ship, a sister ship to Hallowe'en, built in 1870 by Maudslay, Sons & Field at Greenwich for John Willis. Blackadder was dismasted on her maiden voyage due to failures in the mast fittings and rigging. She "was able to reach the Cape under jury rig 63 days out." John Willis took legal action ag ... Read »


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    • Bloodhound (yacht)

    • Bloodhound

      Bloodhound is a 19.2-metre (63 ft) ocean racing yacht. She was designed by Charles E. Nicholson and built by Camper and Nicholsons in 1936. From 1962 to 1969 she was owned by the British Royal Family and in January 2010 she was purchased by The Royal Yacht Britannia Trust. In 1962 Bloodhound was purchased for t ... Read »


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    • Blue Jacket (clipper)

    • Blue Jacket (clipper)

      The Blue Jacket was an 1854 extreme clipper in the Liverpool and Australia trades, named after the blue jackets, a traditional name for sailors in the US and British navies. “The figurehead was ‘a man from the waist up, in old sailor's costume, a blue jacket with yellow buttons, the jacket open in the fr ... Read »


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    • Bluebelle (ship)

    • Bluebelle (ship)

      Bluebelle was a 60-foot (18 m) ketch (a sailing craft with two masts) that was the site of five brutal murders on November 12, 1961. The ship was chartered by optometrist Dr. Arthur Duperrault (41 years of age) of Green Bay, Wisconsin, for a trip from Fort Lauderdale, Florida, to the Bahamas, which departed on Nove ... Read »


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    • Bluenose

    • Bluenose

      Bluenose was a fishing and racing schooner built in 1921 in Nova Scotia, Canada. A celebrated racing ship and fishing vessel, Bluenose under the command of Angus Walters became a provincial icon for Nova Scotia and an important Canadian symbol in the 1930s, serving as a working vessel until she was wrecked in 1946. Nic ... Read »


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    • Bluenose II

    • Bluenose II

      Bluenose II is a replica of the fishing schooner Bluenose, and was built in 1963 as a promotional yacht for Oland Brewery. It became Nova Scotia's sailing ambassador in 1971. Bluenose II was launched at Lunenburg on 24 July 1963, built to original plans and by some of the same workers at Smith and Rhuland. The ori ... Read »


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    • French ship Bon Papa

    • The Bon Papa (French: literally "good daddy" but means "grandfather".) was a French frigate of approximately 280 ton displacement in the late 18th century. The majority of records regarding the ship come from its participation in the relocation of the people who were to become known as Cajuns. Bon Papa was the first of ... Read »


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    • Boston Tea Party Ships and Museum

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      Coordinates: 42°21′13″N 71°03′09″W / 42.3536°N 71.0524°W / 42.3536; -71.0524 (Boston Tea Party) Thirteen Colonies Great Britain The Boston Tea Party was a political protest by the Sons of Liberty in Boston, Massachusetts, on December 16, 1773. The demonstrators ... Read »


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    • HMS Bounty

    • HMS Bounty

      HMS Bounty, also known as HM Armed Vessel Bounty, was a small merchant vessel purchased by the Royal Navy for a botanical mission. The ship was sent to the Pacific Ocean under the command of William Bligh to acquire breadfruit plants and transport them to British possessions in the West Indies. That mission was never c ... Read »


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    • Boyne (ship)

    • Boyne (ship)

      The Boyne was a 1,403 ton, Nourse Line sailing ship built by T.R. Oswald of Southampton in 1877. She was referred to as the "Hoodoo Ship" for the number of mishaps that occurred to her. Boyne was initially used to carry migrants to New Zealand. In 1882, while on a voyage from Liverpool to Barbados, Boyne was caug ... Read »


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    • Brilliant (schooner)

    • Brilliant

      Brilliant is a schooner located at Mystic Seaport in Mystic, Connecticut, United States. Brilliant was built in 1932 on City Island, Bronx, by Henry B. Nevins Yard to a design by Olin Stephens of Sparkman & Stephens for Walter Barnum. Brilliant was built as an ocean racing yacht, and on her maiden voyage crossed the At ... Read »


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    • HMY Britannia (Royal Cutter Yacht)

    • HMY Britannia (Royal Cutter Yacht)

      His Majesty's Yacht Britannia was a gaff-rigged cutter built in 1893 for Commodore Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, who later became King Edward VII. She served both himself and his son King George V, with a long racing career. Britannia was ordered by Edward, Prince of Wales, who would later become King Edward VII ... Read »


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    • British Steel (yacht)


    • The Brothers (ship)


    • Bruce (ship)

    • Bruce (ship)

      Bruce was a 1,200-ton sailing ship built in 1866 by Aitken Mansell of Glasgow, Scotland. In 1880 the Nourse Line purchased her from the British Shipowners Company. On 21 May 1886, Bruce carried 458 Indian indentured labourers to Fiji. In 1889 she was re-rigged as a barque. On 3 January 1889, she carried Indian ind ... Read »


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    • C.H. Wheeler


    • Calburga

    • Calburga was a Canadian barque, the last Canadian-built square-rigger of large tonnage. She was built in 1890 at South Maitland, Nova Scotia by local shipbuilder, Adam MacDougall. Calburga was a spruce built vessel, iron and copper fastened, and equipped with three masts. Calburga boasted luxuries such as a windmill pu ... Read »


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    • Caledonia (brig)

    • Caledonia (brig)

      The Caledonia was a brig of some 200 tons, built in Arbroath, Scotland, and wrecked on 7 September 1843 on Sharpnose Point, near Morwenstow, Cornwall. In September 1842 the Caledonia was homeward bound from Odessa, and called in at Falmouth to bury a crewman who had died of wounds suffered during a knife fight in ... Read »


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    • California (Dutch ship)

    • California (Dutch ship)

      California (663 tons) is the most famous of four Dutch clippers launched in 1853. An iron-hulled clipper, she was built by Fop Smit and mastered by F.C. Jaski for the company L. Bienfait & sn. On the maiden voyage Jaski sailed her in 86 days from The Downs to Port Adelaide, delivering a hundred English immigrants. ... Read »


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    • Californian (schooner)

    • Californian (schooner)

      Californian was built in 1984 as a replica of the United States Revenue Marine cutter Lawrence, which operated off the coast of California in the 1850s. On July 23, 2003, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed Bill No. 965, making her the "official state tall ship" of California. Originally commissioned by the Nautical ... Read »


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    • Cambria (yacht)

    • Cambria

      Cambria was the first, though unsuccessful, challenger attempting to lift the America's Cup from the New York Yacht Club. In 1868, James Lloyd Ashbury commissioned Michael Ratsey of Cowes to build a 188-ton schooner, Cambria. Cambria had a highly successful racing season in 1869, winning the Round the Isle of Wight R ... Read »


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    • Livonia (yacht)

    • Livonia

      Livonia was the second, unsuccessful, challenger attempting to lift the America's Cup from the New York Yacht Club. Having unsuccessfully challenged for the America's Cup in Cambria in 1868, James Lloyd Ashbury again commissioned Michael Ratsey of Cowes to build a new yacht. Livonia was based on the lines of Sappho, a ... Read »


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    • Campbell Macquarie

    • Campbell Macquarie

      Campbell Macquarie was a ship of 248 tons, built at Calcutta, India and owned by Alexander & Co. of Calcutta. She was wrecked near Macquarie Island in 1812. She brought general merchandise and transported a number of convicts from Calcutta, arriving in Sydney on 17 January 1812. On 22 March 1812 the ship, under the c ... Read »


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    • Carrier Dove (clipper)


    • Carrier Dove (schooner)

    • Carrier Dove (schooner)

      The Carrier Dove was a 4-masted schooner built by the Hall Brothers in Port Blakely in 1890. She worked in the West coast lumber trade and in fishing. In 1893, Carrier Dove was active in the foreign lumber trade out of British Columbia. The Alaska Packers Association also described Carrier Dove as a "salmon vessel ... Read »


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    • Celestial Empire (clipper)

    • Celestial Empire (clipper)

      Celestial Empire was a long-lived medium clipper ship built in 1852 for the San Francisco trade. She met with a variety of mishaps characteristic for ships of her era. A second ship by this name set a legal precedent regarding damage done by sailing ships coming in to dock. Captain Barstow took charge of Celestial ... Read »


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    • Challenger (clipper)


    • Champion of the Seas

    • Champion of the Seas

      Champion of the Seas was the second largest clipper ship destined for the Liverpool, England - Melbourne, Australia passenger service. Champion was ordered by James Baines of the Black Ball Line from Donald McKay. She was launched 19 April 1854 and was abandoned 3 January 1877, off Cape Horn. Champion of the Seas set ... Read »


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    • Charlotte (sloop)


    • Cheyenne (catamaran)


    • Christeen

    • Christeen

      Coordinates: 40°52′40″N 73°32′23″W / 40.87774°N 73.539702°W / 40.87774; -73.539702 Christeen is the oldest oyster sloop in the United States and was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1992. She was built in 1883 in Glenwood Landing, New York as a gaff-rigged slo ... Read »


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    • Christian Radich

    • Christian Radich

      62.5 m (205 ft) 27 Sails, 1,360 m2 (14,600 sq ft) Sails, 14 knots (26 km/h) 18 permanent crew Christian Radich is a Norwegian full-rigged ship, named after a Norwegian shipowner. The vessel was built at Framnæs shipyard in Sandefjord, Norway, and was delivered on 17 June 1937. The owner was The ... Read »


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    • Cimba

    • Cimba

      Cimba was a British-built clipper in the Australian wool trade. She sailed between London and Sydney for 20 years, from 1878 to 1898. In 1905, Cimba set the sailing ship record for a passage from Callao to Iquique, of 14 days. Cimba was an iron-hulled ship, built in Aberdeen in 1878. Her hull was painted green wit ... Read »


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    • Hudson River Sloop Clearwater


    • Clio (barque)

    • The Clio was a three-masted barque (1838-1866) built of black birch, pine and oak at Granville, Nova Scotia, (weight: 473 tons). She was registered at St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador on completion. For many years she crossed back and forth over the Atlantic, bringing timber from Quebec, Canada which was then sail ... Read »


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    • Clipper City (schooner)

    • Clipper City (schooner)

      Clipper City is a modern replica of a nineteenth-century cargo schooner. The first Clipper City was a cargo clipper schooner built in Manitowoc, Wisconsin in 1854. Manitowoc soon became known for its shipbuilding industry, and "Clipper City" was adopted as a nickname for the town itself. A replica cross section of ... Read »


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    • Clyde (ship)

    • Clyde (ship)

      The Clyde was a 1,840-ton, iron sailing ship with a length of 270.9 feet (82.6 m), breadth of 39 feet (12 m) and depth of 22.5 feet (6.9 m). She was built by Russell & Company, Port Glasgow, Scotland, for the Nourse Line, and named after the River Clyde flowing through Glasgow, and launched on 25 July 1894. Th ... Read »


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    • Codseeker

    • Codseeker was a fishing schooner launched in April, 1877 that capsized east of Cape Sable Island, at the southwestern tip of Nova Scotia. The schooner Codseeker was constructed at Port Clyde, Nova Scotia in 1877 by Thomas Coffin & Company. At the time, the Coffin's were known for their beautifully crafted ships, m ... Read »


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    • Concordia (ship)


    • Condor (yacht)

    • Condor

      Condor is a maxi sailing yacht designed for racing and built in 1981 at Penryn Ship Yard, UK. She was registered in Hamilton, Bermuda during her 7-year ocean racing campaign and her sail number is KB-80. She is not to be confused with her predecessor Condor of Bermuda (KB-78) (aka. Heath's Condor-K-707), also owned and ... Read »


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    • Condor of Bermuda

    • Condor of Bermuda

      Condor of Bermuda was a maxi yacht campaigning under the leadership and funding of London-based international businessman Bob Bell. Originally called Condor but renamed Heath's Condor for the 1977-78 Whitbread Round the World Race after Bell's association with Heath's Insurance Co (London). There is no link with former ... Read »


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    • Copernicus (yacht)

    • Copernicus

      Copernicus is a Polish yacht of Opal Class. The owner is Yacht Club Stal Gdynia, Poland. The yacht Copernicus was built especially for the Whitbread Round The World Race 1973. She was slightly bigger than standard Opal II class - to get the 33 feet rating by IOR. The wooden hull was built in Gdańsk Boatyard Stogi, ... Read »


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    • Coronet (yacht)

    • Coronet (yacht)

      Coronet, a wooden-hull schooner yacht built in 1885, is one of the oldest and largest schooner yachts in the world. The 131-foot (40 m) schooner Coronet was designed by William Townsend and built for Rufus T. Bush by the C. & R. Poillon shipyard in Brooklyn. Bush then put forth a $10,000 challenge against any o ... Read »


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    • Corwith Cramer (ship)

    • Corwith Cramer (ship)

      The Corwith Cramer is a tall ship (specifically a brigantine) owned by the Sea Education Association (SEA) sailing school, named after SEA's founding director. Her home port is Woods Hole, Massachusetts, United States. She was designed by Wooden and Marean specifically for SEA and was constructed by ASTACE in 1987 in B ... Read »


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    • County of Yarmouth

    • County of Yarmouth

      For the county in Nova Scotia, see Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia County of Yarmouth was a full rigged ship built in Belliveau's Cove, Nova Scotia in 1884. She was the largest wooden ship ever built for shipowners in Yarmouth County, Nova Scotia, and the second largest wooden ship ever built in Canada, only a few tons l ... Read »


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    • Courageous (yacht)

    • Courageous

      Courageous is a 12-metre class yacht. She was the third boat to win the America's Cup twice, in 1974 and 1977, after Columbia in 1899 and 1901, and Intrepid in 1967 and 1970. All three of these boats won for the New York Yacht Club and thus the United States. Courageous was the first all aluminum-hulled 12-metre class ... Read »


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    • Cremorne (clipper)

    • Cremorne (clipper)

      Cremorne was a clipper ship of Sutton and Co.'s Dispatch Line and Coleman's California Line. She sailed between New York and San Francisco. The hull was built by Maxson, Fish & Co. in Mystic, Conn.; the owners were Lawrence, Giles & Co., New York. Her first commander was Captain Isaac D. Gates. "Her intended serv ... Read »


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    • ARM Cuauhtémoc (BE01)


    • Cutty Sark

    • Cutty Sark

      Cutty Sark is a British clipper ship. Built on the Clyde in 1869 for the Jock Willis Shipping Line, she was one of the last tea clippers to be built and one of the fastest, coming at the end of a long period of design development which halted as sailing ships gave way to steam propulsion. The opening of the Suez Canal ... Read »


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    • Cythera (yacht)

    • Cythera (yacht)

      Cythera (pronounced /ˈsaɪθərə/ SY-thər-ə), a 50-foot (15 m) steel ketch, designed and built single-handedly by Peter A. Fenton, was the first subject of modern-day piracy, in Australian history, setting legal precedent to laws in effect from 1858. After being discharged from the Royal Navy ... Read »


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    • Daedalus (yacht)

    • Daedalus is a maxi-catamaran, that participated in numerous open-ocean races under various owners and names. Originally named Formule Tag, this maxi-catamaran was built by Canadair in Québec, Canada in 1983, under the supervision of Canadian skipper Mike Birch and British designer Nigel Irens. The yacht was built t ... Read »


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    • Dame Pattie

    • Dame Pattie

      Dame Pattie is an International 12-metre class racing yacht built for the America's Cup challenge series in 1967. She was designed by Warwick Hood and built by W.H. Barnett in New South Wales, Australia. The 1967 challenge cost $2 million and was funded by an Australian syndicate headed by Emil Christensen, and repres ... Read »


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    • Danube (ship)

    • Danube (ship)

      Danube, a 1,459-ton sailing ship named after the second longest river in Europe, was built in 1890 for the Nourse Line. On 15 June 1891, Danubve made a voyage to Fiji carrying 591 Indian indentured labourers. She also made a trip to Trinidad carrying 609 passengers, arriving on 1 January 1892; there were 29 deaths dur ... Read »


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    • Daphne (brig)

    • Daphne (brig)

      Daphne was a brig constructed in Java that arrived in Australia 1814. She was wrecked without loss of life on 26 October 1818 in the Kent Group in Bass Strait. Daphne departed Sydney bound for India on 10 October 1818 under the command of John Howard. As she passed through Bass Strait he stopped at several islands to ... Read »


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    • Dar Pomorza

    • Dar Pomorza

      Coordinates: 54°31′10″N 18°33′10″E / 54.5194°N 18.5529°E / 54.5194; 18.5529 The Dar Pomorza (Polish: Gift of Pomerania) is a Polish full-rigged sailing ship built in 1909 which is preserved in Gdynia as a museum ship. She has served as a sail training ship in Germany, ... Read »


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    • Carroll A. Deering

    • Carroll A. Deering

      Carroll A. Deering was a five-masted commercial schooner that was found run aground off Cape Hatteras, North Carolina, in 1921. Its crew went missing. The Deering is one of the most written-about maritime mysteries in history, with claims that it was a victim of the Bermuda Triangle, although the evidence points toward ... Read »


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    • Dei Gratia (brigantine)


    • Denis Sullivan (schooner)

    • Denis Sullivan (schooner)

      The S/V Denis Sullivan is a replica three-masted, wooden, gaff rigged schooner from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. She is a flagship of both the state of Wisconsin and of the United Nations Environment Programme. The construction of the Denis Sullivan was first proposed in 1991 by a group of Milwaukee residents and volunte ... Read »


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    • Deseado

    • Deseado (Spanish for "wished" or "wished for") is a 10 m sloop rigged yacht that survived about a month in the Southern Ocean and Bass Strait after being abandoned in stormy seas off Tasmania, the southern island state of Australia. It was found off the south coast of New South Wales where it was towed into Batemans Ba ... Read »


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    • KRI Dewaruci

    • KRI Dewaruci

      KRI Dewaruci (sometimes spelled Dewa Ruci or Dewarutji) is a Class A tall ship and the only barquentine owned and operated by the Indonesian Navy. She is used as a sail training vessel for naval cadets and is the largest tall ship in the Indonesian fleet. Dewaruci also serves as a goodwill ambassador for Indonesia to t ... Read »


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    • Diosa del Mar

    • Diosa del Mar

      The Diosa del Mar (Spanish: Goddess of the Sea) was a wooden schooner that sank off of the coast of Catalina Island at 2:25 pm on July 30, 1990. The two-masted wooden schooner was designed by A. Cary Smith and built in 1898 by the firm of A.C. Brown and Sons of Tottenville, New York. It was originally christened U ... Read »


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    • Doha 2006 (yacht)

    • Doha 2006 is a maxi-catamaran, that participated in many offshore races. As of February, 2012 the boat is currently docked at the Pearl in Doha, Qatar. Damage has occurred to the starboard hull due to improper docking. It had several names  : It is the sister-ship of Orange, winner of the Jules Verne Trophy with ... Read »


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    • Dom Fernando II e Glória


    • Dorade (yacht)

    • Dorade (yacht)

      Dorade is a yacht designed in 1929 by Olin Stephens of Sparkman & Stephens and built 1929–1930 by the Minneford Yacht Yard in City Island, New York. Dorade went on to place 2nd in the Bermuda Race later that year. The crew for its first race received the All-Amateur Crew Prize. However, it would a win in be the ... Read »


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    • Draken Harald HÃ¥rfagre


    • Drum (yacht)

    • Drum

      Drum is a maxi yacht formerly co-owned by lead singer of Duran Duran Simon Le Bon and currently owned by Scottish businessman Sir Arnold Clark. Drum was designed by Ireland-based boat-builder Ron Holland and built in Finland.Drum was purpose-designed and built to be sailed in the Whitbread Round the World Race. D ... Read »


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    • Duchesse Anne

    • Duchesse Anne

      Duchesse Anne (formerly called Großherzogin Elisabeth) is the last remaining full-rigged ship under French flag. She was built in 1901 with a steel hull by the yard of Joh. C. Tecklenborg of Bremerhaven-Geestemünde (Germany) according to plans drawn by Georg W. Claussen. The mainmast is 48 m tall and 25 sails wer ... Read »


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    • Soviet training ship Dunay


    • Dundee (ship)

    • Dundee was a ship wrecked in 1808 off the coast of New South Wales, Australia. Dundee left Sydney for Fiji to obtain Sandalwood to take to China in August 1808. As it sailed past the entrance to the Hunter River the ship encountered a heavy gale and foundered on the sandbars at the mouth of the river. Shortly after th ... Read »


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    • USCGC Eagle (WIX-327)

    • USCGC Eagle (WIX-327)

      USCGC Eagle (WIX-327 (formerly Horst Wessel) is a 295-foot (90 m) barque used as a training cutter for future officers of the United States Coast Guard. She is the only active commissioned sailing vessel in American military service, and one of only two commissioned sailing vessels, along with USS Constitution. S ... Read »


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    • Eamont (schooner)

    • Eamont (schooner)

      Eamont was an opium clipper built in Cowes. It was the subject of an 1891 book, A cruise in an opium clipper, by Captain Lindsay Anderson. Eamont was involved in the opening of Japan to foreigners in 1858, serving as a dispatch boat between Nagasaki and Shanghai, and was one of the first vessels to open up a trade wit ... Read »


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    • Earl of Pembroke (tall ship)


    • Eastminster (ship)


    • Edith May

    • Edith May

      Edith May is a wooden Thames sailing barge built in Harwich, Essex, in 1906. She was used to carry various cargoes (mainly grain) until 1952, when a diesel engine was fitted, after which she was used in various Thames Sailing Barge matches, winning several. She was a museum ship for a time, and was restored in 2010 to ... Read »


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    • Edmee S.

    • Edmee S.

      The Edmee S. is a Chesapeake Bay log canoe. She was built in the Tilghman Island style from hewn logs by Oliver Duke in the 1930s. She is one of the last 22 Chesapeake Bay racing log canoes, and is actively raced with a crew of nine to eleven people. Her original name was Cecilia Mae, but was renamed for Edmee S. Combs ... Read »


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    • Edwin (ship)

    • Edwin was a ship that was wrecked near Cape Hawke, New South Wales, Australia in late June 1816. Edwin was a schooner of 15 tons and owned by John Palmer in Sydney. It was under the command of Captain R. Matthews when it sailed from Sydney for the Hawkesbury on 10 June 1816. A violent gale blew the ship off course, de ... Read »


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    • Effie M. Morrissey

    • Effie M. Morrissey

      Effie M. Morrissey (now Ernestina-Morrissey) was a schooner skippered by Robert Bartlett that made many scientific expeditions to the Arctic, sponsored by American museums, the Explorers Club and the National Geographic Society. She also helped survey the Arctic for the United States Government during World War II. She ... Read »


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    • Elbe (ship)

    • Elbe (ship)

      The Elbe, was a 1,693 ton, three-masted, iron sailing ship with a length of 257 feet, breadth of 38.2 feet and depth of 23.1 feet. She was built by Russel & Company in Glasgow for the Nourse Line, named after the River Elbe the longest river in Germany and launched in July 1887. She was primarily used for the transport ... Read »


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    • Eleanor (sloop)

    • Eleanor (sloop)

      The Eleanor is a historic gaff rigged racing sloop built in 1903 at the B. F. Wood shipyard, City Island, Bronx and designed by Clinton H. Crane. She is homeported at Hudson, Columbia County, New York. Her hull is 36 feet in length and around 28 feet at the waterline, her beam is 9.5 feet, and her draft is 4.5 feet. S ... Read »


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    • Elf (yacht)

    • Elf (yacht)

      Elf is a racing yacht built in 1888 by George Lawley & Son of South Boston, Massachusetts, for William H. Wilkinson. She was designed by George F. Lawley and is the oldest small yacht in the United States. She is located at Fredericktown, Cecil County, Maryland. She was listed on the National Register of Historic Plac ... Read »


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    • Elissa (ship)

    • Elissa (ship)

      The tall ship Elissa is a three-masted barque. She is currently moored in Galveston, Texas, and is one of the oldest ships sailing today. Elissa was built in Aberdeen, Scotland as a merchant vessel in a time when steamships were overtaking sailing ships. She was originally launched on October 27, 1877. According t ... Read »


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    • Elizabeth (East Indiaman)



    • Emma C. Berry (sloop)

    • Emma C. Berry

      Emma C. Berry is a fishing sloop located at the Mystic Seaport Museum in Mystic, Connecticut, United States, and one of the oldest surviving commercial vessels in America. She is the last known surviving American well smack. This type of boat is also termed a sloop smack or Noank smack. Emma C. Berry was built in 1866 ... Read »


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    • Ems (ship)

    • Ems (ship)

      The Ems was a 1,829 ton, iron sailing ship with a length of 270.7 feet (82.5 m), breadth of 39 feet (12 m) and depth of 22.5 feet (6.9 m). She was built by Charles Connell & Company, Glasgow for the Nourse Line, and named after the Ems River in north west Germany, and launched on 6 April 1893. She was pri ... Read »


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    • Endeavour (yacht)

    • Endeavour

      Endeavour is a 130-foot (40 m) J-class yacht built for the 1934 America's Cup by Camper and Nicholson in Gosport, England. She was built for Thomas Sopwith who used his aviation design expertise to ensure the yacht was the most advanced of its day with a steel hull and mast. She was launched in 1934 and won many rac ... Read »


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    • HMS Endeavour

    • HMS Endeavour

      Coordinates: 41°36′N 71°21′W / 41.600°N 71.350°W / 41.600; -71.350 (Narragansett Bay) HMS Endeavour, also known as HM Bark Endeavour, was a British Royal Navy research vessel that Lieutenant James Cook commanded on his first voyage of discovery, to Australia and New Zealan ... Read »


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    • Erne (ship)


    • Esmeralda (BE-43)

    • Esmeralda (BE-43)

      Esmeralda is a steel-hulled four-masted barquentine tall ship of the Chilean Navy. The ship is the sixth to carry the name Esmeralda. The first was the frigate Esmeralda captured from the Spanish at Callao, Peru, by Admiral Lord Thomas Alexander Cochrane of the Chilean Navy, in a bold incursion on the night of 5 N ... Read »


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    • Estramina

    • Estramina

      Estramina, originally called Extremeña, a two-masted schooner of 102 tons, was built at Guayaquil, in the Spanish Viceroyalty of Peru, now in modern-day Ecuador, and launched on 13 October 1803. A Spanish Naval vessel, it was pierced for 12 guns but was armed with only four 4-pounders and carried a crew of 18. It wa ... Read »


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    • Étoile (A 649)


    • Europa (ship)

    • Europa (ship)

      The Europa is a steel-hulled barque registered in the Netherlands. Originally it was a German lightship, named Senator Brockes and built in 1911 at the H.C. Stülcken & Sohn shipyard in Hamburg, Germany. Until 1977, it was in use by the German Federal Coast Guard as a lightship on the river Elbe. A Dutchman bought th ... Read »


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    • Evelina M. Goulart

    • The Evelina M. Goulart is an 83-foot (25.2-meter) fishing schooner built by Arthur D. Story in the Story Shipyard (now the Essex Historical Society and Shipbuilding Museum) in 1927. She is one of seven surviving Essex-built fishing schooners and the only one to be virtually unchanged from its original configuration. At ... Read »


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    • Excalibur (yacht)

    • Excalibur

      Excalibur was a 15.2-metre (50 ft) racing yacht based in Melbourne, Victoria, at the Royal Melbourne Yacht Squadron and owned by Alan Saunders. Excalibur capsized 40 nautical miles off Port Stephens after losing her keel.Excalibur was returning to Melbourne from Coff's Harbour after competing in the 2002 Hamilt ... Read »


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    • Falls of Clyde (ship)


    • Felicity Ann

    • Felicity Ann is the 23-foot (7.0 m) wooden sloop sailed in 1952-1953 by Ann Davison in the first singlehanded transatlantic crossing by a woman. The vessel was designed and built by Mashfords Brothers Ltd at the Cremyll Shipyard in Cornwall, England. When construction commenced in 1939 the boat was originally built ... Read »


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    • Fiery Cross (clipper)

    • Fiery Cross (clipper)

      Fiery Cross was a famous British Tea Clipper which sailed in the Great Tea Race of 1866. She was the first ship home in the tea seasons of 1861, 1862, 1863, and 1865. She was the second Tea Clipper of this name; the first Fiery Cross, built in 1855, had the same owner and designer and was also built in Liverpool. This ... Read »


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    • Flying Cloud (clipper)

    • Flying Cloud

      Flying Cloud was a clipper ship that set the world's sailing record for the fastest passage between New York and San Francisco, 89 days 8 hours. The ship held this record for over 100 years, from 1854 to 1989. Flying Cloud was the most famous of the clippers built by Donald McKay. She was known for her extremely close ... Read »


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    • Flying P-Liner

    • The Flying P-Liners were the sailing ships of the German shipping company F. Laeisz of Hamburg. The company was founded in 1824 by Ferdinand Laeisz as a hat manufacturing company. He was quite successful and distributed his hats even in South America. In 1839, he had the three-masted wooden brig Carl (named after ... Read »


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    • Flying Spur (clipper)

    • Flying Spur (clipper)

      Flying Spur was a British tea clipper, built of teak and greenheart in 1860. For 20 years, Flying Spur sailed with cargoes of tea between London and the Chinese port of Foochow, with voyages to Canton, China; Nagasaki, Japan; and Deal, Kent, England, as well. As a tea clipper, she had a crew of 36. Along with nine ot ... Read »


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    • Fogel Grip

    • Fogel Grip

      The Fogel Grip (Bird Griffin, Swedish: FÃ¥gel Grip) was a Swedish sailing ship originally built in the Netherlands in the early 17th century. She was used on the first Swedish expedition in 1638 together with the Kalmar Nyckel to establish the colony of New Sweden. Little is known about the vessel. Fogel Grip wa ... Read »


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    • Fram

    • Fram

      Fram ("Forward") is a ship that was used in expeditions of the Arctic and Antarctic regions by the Norwegian explorers Fridtjof Nansen, Otto Sverdrup, Oscar Wisting, and Roald Amundsen between 1893 and 1912. It was designed and built by the Scottish-Norwegian shipwright Colin Archer for Fridtjof Nansen's 1893 Arctic ex ... Read »


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    • France II

    • France II

      The France II was a French sailing ship and the second one of that name. She was the second largest commercial merchant sailing ship ever built. She was an extremely large tall ship of 5,633 GRT and square rigged as a five-masted steel-hulled barque. Her five masts, all yards and the spanker boom were made of stee ... Read »


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    • French ship Amitié


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