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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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    • A38 (ship)

    • A38 (ship)

      A38 is the reincarnation of an Ukrainian stone-carrier ship. With its inauguration on 30 April 2003, it started a new life on the Danube in Budapest, Hungary as a cultural venue. The A38 is a member of the Trans Europe Halles organization. Coordinates: 47°28′35.23″N 19°3′46.70″E / ï» ... Read »


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    • Aarhus Historic Shipwreck

    • In Australia, Aarhus Historic Shipwreck is a historical site preserving one of the victims of Smith's Rock. The Aarhus was a 640-tonne sailing barque built in 1875 in Hamburg, Germany. She was 170 feet (52 m) long. While carrying a general cargo including kerosene from New York to Brisbane, Australia, she hit Smith ... Read »


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    • SS Abbotsford

    • SS Abbotsford

      The SS Abbotsford was a brig-rigged iron passenger ship built by the Gourlay Brothers of Dundee for the Red Star Line, of Antwerp. Despite the company's home in Belgium, the liner was registered in Liverpool and flew the British flag. She was launched on March 29, 1873. Her maiden voyage from Liverpool to Philadelphia ... Read »


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    • Abeille Bourbon

    • Abeille Bourbon

      The Abeille Bourbon is a high seas emergency tow vessel (salvage tug), 80 metres long with a tractive power of 200 tonnes-force (2.0 MN), a crew of 12, designed by Norwegian naval architect Sigmund BorgundvÃ¥g. She was christened by Bernadette Chirac on 13 April 2005 in the presence of sponsor Jacques de Chateauvi ... Read »


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    • PS Accommodation

    • The Canadian paddlewheeler Accommodation was the first successful steamboat built entirely in North America. Financed by brewer John Molson, she was constructed by John Jackson and John Bruce in Montréal in 1809, using engines built in Forges du Saint-Maurice, Trois-Rivières (long known for ironmongery). At a co ... Read »


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    • Admiral Makarov (icebreaker)


    • HSC Adriana


    • Afon Braint (tugboat)


    • MS Agamemnon

    • MS Agamemnon

      M/V Agamemnon was a Dutch general cargo vessel built by William Hamilton and Company of Port Glasgow, Scotland. She was launched on 11 December 1946, and completed in June 1947. She was renamed Sincere in 1966. The ship caught fire and foundered on 29 June 1969 off Bunguran Island, Indonesia. Coordinates: 3°28†... Read »


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    • Ajax 23


    • Akademik Tryoshnikov

    • Akademik Tryoshnikov

      Akademik Tryoshnikov (Russian: Академик Трёшников) is a Russian scientific diesel-electric research vessel, the flagship of the Russian polar research fleet. The vessel is constructed under the state order. The project have developed Krylov Shipbuilding Research Insti ... Read »


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    • Al Said (yacht)


    • SS Alba

    • SS Alba

      SS Alba was a Panamanian-registered ship owned by Burger B. that sank off St Ives in Cornwall, England on 31 January 1938. Alba was seeking shelter from rough seas driven by a northwesterly gale and her captain, Joseph Horvath, guided her into St Ives Bay. He mistook the lights of Porthmeor for the lights of St Iv ... Read »


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    • SS Albert C. Field


    • Alcyone (ship)

    • Alcyone (ship)

      The Alcyone is a ship operated by the Cousteau Society. It was created as an expedition ship and to test the operation of a new kind of marine propulsion system, the turbosail. The Alcyone's two turbosails are used to augment its diesel engines. Since the accidental sinking of the Calypso, the Alcyone has been the Cous ... Read »


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    • 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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    • Allah Mina

    • Allah Mina was a cement barge which sunk in the Persian Gulf in approximately 1972. The wreck site is now a popular site for scuba divers, in part because of the coral and other marine life attracted to the lime contained in the barge's cargo. Coordinates: 25°21′19.7″N 55°12′17.7″E / ... Read »


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    • SS Alpena

    • SS Alpena

      The SS Alpena was a sidewheel steamer built by Thomas Arnold of Gallagher & Company at Marine City, Michigan in 1866. She was operated by the Goodrich Line after being purchased from Gardner, Ward & Gallagher in April 1868. The Alpena sank in Lake Michigan in the "Big Blow" storm on October 15, 1880, with the loss of a ... Read »


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    • JDS Amagiri (DD-154)

    • JDS Amagiri (DD-154)

      JS Amagiri (DD-154) is an Asagiri-class destroyer of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force.Amagiri is currently in active service, homeported in Maizuru, Kyoto, Japan. Amagiri was laid down on March 3, 1986, launched on September 9, 1987 and commissioned on February 28, 1989. Amagiri is equipped for combat and ... Read »


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    • Amelia (ship)

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


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    • MV American Century

    • MV American Century

      M/V American Century is a very large diesel-powered Lake freighter owned and operated by the American Steamship Company. This vessel was built in 1981 at Bay Shipbuilding Company, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin and included self-unloading technology. The ship is 1,000 feet (300 m) long and 105 feet (32 m) wide, with a ... Read »


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    • MV American Courage

    • MV American Courage

      M/V American Courage is a very large diesel-powered Lake freighter owned and operated by the American Steamship Company. This vessel was built in 1979 at Bay Shipbuilding Company, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin and included self-unloading technology. The ship is 635 feet (194 m) long and 68 feet (21 m) wide, with a car ... Read »


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    • MV American Mariner

    • MV American Mariner

      M/V American Mariner is a diesel-powered Lake freighter owned and operated by the American Steamship Company (ASC). This vessel was built in 1980 at Bay Shipbuilding Company, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin and included self-unloading technology. The ship is 730 feet (220 m) long and 78 feet (24 m) wide, with a carrying ... Read »


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    • Anaconda III

    • Anaconda III at 101 ft (31 m) is one of the largest yachts sailing the Whitsunday Islands in Queensland, Australia. Anaconda III has been doing 3 day 3 night sail and dive trips for over 11 years. With 2 departures per week the Anaconda III will typically spend two days in the Whitsunday Islands visiting location ... Read »


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    • SS Andrios

    • SS Andrios

      SS Andrios was a cargo ship which sailed for a number of owners under several names before sinking off the Berlengas Islands, near the coast of Portugal, in 1926. She was initially ordered by Robert Mackill, Glasgow from the yards of Napier & Miller Yoker on behalf of the Hamburg America Line. She was built as the SS ... Read »


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    • Angele Aline

    • Angele Aline is a ship launched in Fécamp, France on 3 November 1921. She is one of the 700 little ships of Dunkirk which took part in Operation Dynamo in 1940. In 2010 she took part in the 70th anniversary return to Dunkirk. ... Read »


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    • Anglian Sovereign

    • Anglian Sovereign

      The Union Sovereign is a large sea-going tugboat owned and operated by Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V. The vessel is powered by z-drives and was built as a multi-purpose anchor handling tug supply vessel. It was christened on 27 August 2003.Union Sovereign was owned by JP Knight which purchased the initial owner, Klyn ... Read »


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    • Annie (sloop)


    • Annie M. Pence

    • Annie M. Pence was a steamboat that ran on Puget Sound in the early 1890s. Annie M. Pence was built at Lummi Island in 1890. The boat was a sternwheeler intended to carry freight. For most of the career of Annie M. Pence, the vessel was under the command of Capt. Peter Falk, who was also one of their owners. Annie M. ... Read »


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    • Apung 1

    • PLTD Apung 1 is an electric generator ship in Banda Aceh, Sumatra, Indonesia that has become a tourist attraction. The 2,600 ton vessel had been in the sea and was flung 2 to 3 kilometres inland by the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake and tsunami. It was owned by PLN, the local power generating company, and crashed upon tw ... Read »


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    • RMS Arabia

    • RMS Arabia

      RMS Arabia was a P&O ocean liner. She was sunk in the Mediterranean in 1916 by a German U-boat during World War I. Caird & Company built Arabia at Greenock on the River Clyde, launching her in November 1897 and completing her in March 1898. She had capacity for 317 first class and 152 second class passengers, a total ... Read »


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    • RV Araon

    • RV Araon

      RV Araon is a large icebreaker operated by the Government of South Korea. The vessel was commissioned in 2009. She supplies the King Sejong Station, and the Jang Bogo Station, South Korea's second Antarctic research station. She underwent her sea trials in January 2010, in the Ross Sea. Her first foreign port of call ... Read »


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    • MV Arctic

    • MV Arctic

      MV Arctic is an icebreaking cargo ship built in 1978 at the Port Weller Dry Docks in St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada. The ship is owned and operated by the Fednav Group. Designed to carry both oil and ore, the vessel is not only ice strengthened with a Finnish-Swedish ice class 1A Super, but has a CASPPR Class 3 or CA ... Read »


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    • MS Arctic Explorer

    • MS Arctic Explorer

      The MS Arctic Explorer was a ship which sank off St Anthony, Newfoundland, in the Strait of Belle Isle, on 3 July 1981. The 165 foot, 900 tonne icebreaker sank in calm seas in less than 20 minutes leaving 13 crew members dead and 19 survivors drifting in two inflatable liferafts for more than two days until rescued by ... Read »


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    • Arcturus (steamship)

    • Arcturus (steamship)

      SS Arcturus was a passenger ship of the Finland Steamship Company operating primarily on the route between Hanko, Finland and Hull, England via Copenhagen, Denmark. Built in 1898 by Gourlay Brothers shipyard in Dundee, Scotland, the Arcturus remained in service until 1956. In its earlier years it was one of the primary ... 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)


    • Arisan Maru

    • A 6,886-ton freighter, Arisan Maru was one of Imperial Japan's World War II hell ships. On October 24, 1944, Arisan Maru was transporting 1,781 US and Allied military and civilian POWs when she was hit by a torpedo from an American submarine (either USS Shark or USS Snook), at about 5 p.m.; she finally sank about 7 p. ... Read »


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    • Arung Samudera

    • The Arung Samudera, which means "Ocean Crossings", is an Indonesian tall ship. The sailing vessel is a class B schooner which measures 129 feet in length. Notable features include arched windows on the aft deckhouse, 3 single piece masts, and a boxy hull. Originally built to be used as a New Zealand Sail training vess ... Read »


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    • MV Asakaze

    • MV Asakaze

      Asakaze is a cargo vessel, registered in Panama City. The container ship delivers cargo around the Asia-Pacific area, including China, South Korea and Vietnam. The single deck ship was built in 2014, and measures 120.93 metres (396.8 ft) by 20 metres (66 ft) with a gross tonnage of 7200 tonnes. ... Read »


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    • Asian Hercules II

    • Asian Hercules II

      Asian Hercules II is a floating sheerleg crane vessel owned and operated by Asian Lift (Smit Singapore Pty ltd and Keppel Fels. She was built in 1997 in Singapore at Keppel's Far East-Levingston Shipbuilding Ltd's yard. Soon after completion, Asian Hercules II was loaned to Smit International and served the European l ... Read »


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    • Asterix (tug)

    • Asterix was a small tug/mooring launch which capsized and was a total loss in March 2015 while operating at the marine terminal of Fawley Refinery in Southampton Water, England Asterix was a small tug, used for towing and mooring at ExxonMobil's Fawley oil refinery in Hampshire, England. She was a standard "StanTu ... Read »


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    • Atlantic 50

    • The Atlantic 50 (or Atlantic Cat 50) was the flagship design in the Atlantic Cat series of catamaran sailboats by Chris White, which pioneered the forward cockpit concept for catamarans. The model was first launched in 1983. ... Read »


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    • Atlantic Osprey

    • Atlantic Osprey

      The Atlantic Osprey is an anchor handling tug supply vessel (AHTS) vessel, launched 17 April 2003. Built by Halifax Shipyard for operation by Atlantic Towing Limited, Atlantic Osprey is an Ulstein UT 722 L design intended for use in the offshore oil fields. With a 12 MW diesel engine, the 3453 gross tonne tug can t ... Read »


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    • RV Atlantis II

    • RV Atlantis II

      RV Atlantis II is a research vessel formerly operated by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. The ship was built in 1962. She was used as the support vessel for the Alvin submersible for many years, and retired from Woods Hole service in 1996. After a period of inactivity in New Orleans she was transferred to the trav ... Read »


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    • Atlas V (tugboat)

    • The Atlas V (Atlas 5) was a Belgian tug boat which was armed by resistance forces under the command of Jules Hentjens during the First World War. On the night of 3 and 4 January 1917, the boat arrived in The Netherlands with 107 people aboard, from Liège, Belgium, which was occupied by German troops. Belgium ha ... Read »


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    • MV Aureol


    • Aurore (slave ship)

    • The Aurore (along with the Duc du Maine) was a cargo slave ship that brought the first African slaves to Louisiana on June 6, 1719, from Senegambia. The Aurore ship captain would force the slaves to lie down on the ship in a packed tight spoon-like position in order to occupy as little space as possible. This had to b ... Read »


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    • Azzurra III

    • Azzurra III

      Azzurra III is a 12-metre class yacht that competed in the 1987 Louis Vuitton Cup. ... Read »


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    • MV Barzan

    • MV Barzan

      195,636 GT Barzan is an ultra large container ship. It is the first of a series of six 18,800 TEU container ships built for United Arab Shipping Company (UASC) in South Korea. As of 2015, it stood among the largest container ships in the world. According to the builder, it has carbon emissions far lower than the Maers ... Read »


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    • Bavar-class

    • The Bavar-class of Chinese-built, Iranian-modified missile boats is supplementing the Tir II-class torpedo boats. ... Read »


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    • ST Beaujolais

    • ST Beaujolais was a tanker built in March 1954 by Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock for Tide Water Assoc. Oil and christened Flying A New York. The tanker was later owned by Crest Tankers, Inc. She then entered the National Defense Reserve Fleet at Beaumont, Texas on 29 October 1987. MARAD later gained title on 4 ... Read »


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    • Beaver (sternwheeler 1873)

    • Beaver (sternwheeler 1873)

      The Beaver was a sternwheel steamboat built in 1873 for the Willamette Transportation Company. In 1875 Beaver passed into the ownership of the Willamette Falls Locks and Canal Company. Beaver worked on the Willamette River and then on the Columbia River on the run from Portland to Astoria. In June 1876 Beaver was ... Read »


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    • Beihaijiu 101


    • Belinda (ship)


    • Beluga Fraternity

    • Beluga Fraternity

      BBC California, before 2011 known as Beluga Fraternity and briefly Fraternity, is a German general cargo ship owned by Beluga Shipping. In 2009 she and her sister ship, Beluga Foresight, transited the Northern Sea Route while carrying power plant components from Ulsan, South Korea, to the Russian port of Vladivostok. T ... Read »


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    • SS Bengore Head

    • SS Bengore Head was a merchant ship that collided with the battleships HMS Vengeance and HMS Revenge on June 13, 1908 in Portsmouth, on the south coast of England. The collision was discussed in Parliament. SS Bengore Head was built by Irvine's Shipbuilding & Drydock Co. Ltd. in West Hartlepoo. The engine was built ... Read »


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    • SS Bengrove

    • SS Bengrove

      SS Bengrove was a steam-powered collier registered in Liverpool, England. Thousands of people on shore saw her explode and sink in the Bristol Channel on Sunday, 7 March 1915. The ship left Barry at about 4:00 a.m. under sealed orders and carrying a cargo of 5,000 tons of coal. Later that day, in the Bristol Channel, ... Read »


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    • Benjamim Guimarães


    • Berge Emperor

    • Berge Emperor

      The Berge Emperor was a supertanker built in 1975 in Japan by Mitsui. At 391.83 m (1,285.5 ft) she was one of the world's longest ships. She was launched on 30 August 1975. The ship was owned by Bergesen d.y. & Co. but was sold to Maastow BV in 1985 and renamed as Emperor. The ship was scrapped at Kaohsiung, Tai ... Read »


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    • French ship Bergère


    • Bessie (narrowboat)

    • Bessie is an historic, single ended riveted iron day boat, built in 1895 for the Hartshill Iron Company. It is now owned by the Black Country Living Museum, Dudley, West Midlands, England, where it is based. These open "Joey" boats worked short distances carrying bulk cargoes such as coal and iron ore. Although most w ... 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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    • Bianca 27

    • Bianca 27 is a Danish built and designed sailboat, 27 feet long (eight meters). It was constructed in 1964-1965 by a naval architect Svend Aage Leth Christensen(b. 1933). His wooden boat design, Peti, was a preliminary study for the Bianca. Together with his brother, boatbuilder Holger Leth Christensen (b. 1934) he fou ... Read »


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    • Big Bay sloop (shipwreck)

    • The Big Bay Sloop is the name given to the unidentified remains of a sunken sloop in Lake Superior located off the coast of Madeline Island in La Pointe, Wisconsin, United States. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places on January 14, 2009. Additionally, it is a designated National Marine Protect ... Read »


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    • Biskop Hvoslef

    • Biskop Hvoslef

      The Biskop Hvoslef is a veteran Norwegian sailing vessel built in 1933 that was used in search and rescue by the Redningsselskapet (Norwegian Society for Rescue at Sea) on the Norwegian coast between 1933 and 1969. It is now a privately owned vessel. ... Read »


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    • Black Assarca shipwreck

    • The Black Assarca shipwreck was first discovered by tourists in 1995, at Black Assarca Island, Eritrea. The wreck was surveyed in 1995 and partially excavated in 1997 by the Institute of Nautical Archaeology, under the auspices of the Ministry of Marine Resources of Eritrea. The 1997 excavation team, headed by Ralph K ... Read »


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    • Black Warrior Affair

    • The Black Warrior affair was an 1854 incident touching trade and sovereignty between Spain and her American possessions and the United States. Black Warrior, a vessel in the American coastwise trade, touched at Havana, Cuba on February 28, 1854, on her eighteenth voyage to New York City. In technical conformity with l ... Read »


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    • Blue Heron (yacht)

    • Blue Heron is a yacht designed by Sparkman & Stephens and built in 1934 in Rhode Island by the Lemos Brothers. She is currently undergoing restoration at Portland Yacht Services. The project has gained much interest and has been featured in the WoodenBoat magazine. ... Read »


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    • MT Bonsu

    • MT Bonsu

      The MT Bonsu is a 16,000 tonne oil storage vessel that operates off the coast of Ghana in the Saltpond Oil Field. It was commissioned for operations in the field in 2008. ... Read »


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    • BOS 400

    • BOS 400

      The BOS 400 is a French Derrick/Lay Barge that ran aground while being towed by the Russian tugboat Tigr on June 26, 1994. The Tigr was chartered to tow the BOS 400 from Pointe-Noire in the Republic of Congo to Cape Town, South Africa. The tow-rope broke loose during a storm and causing the vessel to run aground off D ... Read »


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    • SS Bovic


    • MS Brahe

    • MS Brahe

      USS PCE-830 was a U.S.-built Patrol Craft Escort (PCE) vessel launched on 13 June 1943 by the Pullman-Standard Car Company of Chicago, Illinois. She was transferred to the Royal Navy and given the name HMS Kilchrenan in August 1943. She now operates as the cruise ship MS Brahe. Kilchrenan spent her war years homep ... Read »


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    • CCGS Brant

    • CCGS Brant

      CCGS Brant was a Canadian Coast Guard vessel in service between 1928 and 1966. Stationed on the East Coast of Canada, Brant was deployed as a navigation aids tender. Brant was the last coal-burning vessel in Canadian government service. Brant was a steel-hulled vessel of trawler-design. The ship had a tonnage of 2 ... Read »


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    • Bravest (fireboat)

    • The Bravest is a fireboat operated by the Fire Department of New York City. She was commissioned on May 27, 2011. The FDNY currently has three large fireboats, including the Bravest, supplemented by approximately a dozen smaller high speed patrol craft. The two largest fireboats, Firefighter II and Three Forty Three a ... Read »


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    • Bremen cog

    • Bremen cog

      Bremen cog or Bremer Kogge is a well-preserved wreck of a cog dated to 1380, found in 1962 in Bremen. Today it is displayed at the German Maritime Museum in Bremerhaven as one of the main features. Three nearly identical replicas of this cog have been built: Ubena von Bremen, Hansekogge and Roland von Bremen. On 8 ... 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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    • Britannia Seaways

    • Britannia Seaways

      Britannia Seaways is a ro-ro cargo ship operated by DFDS Seaways. On Saturday 16 November 2013, Britannia Seaways caught fire in the North Sea trapping 32 crew on board. Helicopters were despatched from Norway were unable to take the crew off of the ship due to bad weather conditions. The fire caught alight in a conta ... Read »


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    • SS British Transport

    • SS British Transport

      SS British Transport was a steel-hulled steamship of 4143 grt built in 1910 by Raylton Dixon at Middlesbrough [1]. On 11 September 1917 under the command of Capt. Alfred Thompson Pope (Lieut., R.N.R), British Transport was in the Bay of Biscay en route from Brest to Archangel with a cargo of munitions and other explosi ... Read »


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    • PS Briton

    • PS Briton

      PS Briton was a paddle steamer that inaugurated the Stranraer to Larne service. PS Briton inaugurated the Stranraer to Larne crossing, but the service was not a success and was withdrawn after 18 months, in 1863. Following this, she operated from Bristol to the South of Ireland, to Waterford between 1864–1866 and ... Read »


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    • Brittany Ferries (trimaran)

    • Brittany Ferries was a 60-foot waterline length trimaran that was sailed across the Atlantic ocean in 1981. ... Read »


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    • The Brothers (ship)

    • The Brothers was a 40-ton schooner wrecked in Bass Strait, Tasmania in 1816. She was under the command of Captain William Hilton Hovell. On 25 June 1816 the ship was anchored near the Kent Group in Bass Strait in an easterly gale when the cables broke and she was driven ashore. The cargo of twenty tons of salt and 800 ... Read »


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    • MV Buffalo


    • MS Bulk Jupiter

    • MS Bulk Jupiter

      Bulk Jupiter was a Bahamas registered cargo ship. She sank off the coast of Vietnam on 1 January 2015. On 2 January 2015 Bulk Jupiter sank off the coast of Vung Tau, Vietnam. She departed from Kuantan, Malaysia on 30 December 2014 with a cargo of 46,400 tons of bauxite and a crew of 19 Filipinos. The Vietnam Mari ... Read »


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    • HMAT A45 Bulla

    • HMAT A45 Bulla

      HMAT A45 Bulla was laid down as SS Hessen for the German Line Norddeutscher Lloyd in 1905. It was seized by Australian forces on September 3, 1914, when it sailed into Melbourne, being unaware of the outbreak of World War I and used as a troop transport during the First World War before being transferred to the Commonw ... Read »


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    • Bungaree (ship)

    • Bungaree was a ship of Lund's Blue Anchor Line, which operated between the United Kingdom and Australia between 1889 and 1903, when it was sold. ... Read »


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    • Bungsberg (ship)

    • Bungsberg (ship)

      Bungsberg (originally named Eva, factory body number 646) was a cargo ship built in 1924 at Howaldtswerke in Hamburg, Germany, for China Reederei AG. She had three sister ships: Bungsberg was sunk in Tallinn Bay off the Soviet Union′s Estonian Soviet Socialist Republic on 24 March 1943 by a mine laid by a Soviet ... Read »


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    • MV Burns Harbor

    • MV Burns Harbor

      M/V Burns Harbor is a very large diesel-powered Lake freighter owned and operated by the American Steamship Company. This vessel was built in 1980 at Bay Shipbuilding Company, Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin and included self-unloading technology. The ship is 1000 feet long and 105 feet wide, with a carrying capacity of 80,90 ... Read »


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    • Burton (steamboat)

    • Burton (steamboat)

      Burton was a steamboat built in 1905 in Tacoma, Washington and which was in service on Puget Sound until 1924. Burton was built for the Tacoma and Burton Navigation Company, whose principals had once been partners with the owners of a rival steamer Norwood on runs from Tacoma to points on Vashon Island. Burton was ... Read »


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    • C.C. Cherry

    • C.C. Cherry was a small steam tug and general utility vessel that worked on Puget Sound from 1896 to 1930. CC Cherry was built in 1896 for Capt. E.A. Smith. The first use of the vessel was hauling fish from the San Juan Islands to a Canadian cannery One of the early masters of C.C. Cherry was the prominent steambo ... Read »


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    • Cabo de Hornos (ship)

    • Cabo de Hornos (ship)

      Cabo de Hornos is a scientific research ship used by the Chilean Navy. Built for oceanographic research. The ship is 74.1 meters long, 19.14 meters wide, and a gross tonnage of 3068. The ship can carry a complement of 68 people and cruise at 14.6 knots (27.0 km/h; 16.8 mph). She was designed by the Norwegia ... Read »


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    • Cadboro (schooner)

    • Cadboro (schooner)

      The Cadboro was a schooner in the employ of the Hudson's Bay Company in its operations on the Pacific Northwest Coast in the early 19th century. The 71 ton vessel carried 4 guns and had a crew of 12 men. In 1842 James Douglas (later Sir James Douglas, Governor of the Colonies of Vancouver Island and British Columbia) a ... Read »


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    • SS Calgaric

    • SS Calgaric

      SS Calgaric was an ocean liner built in 1918 by Harland and Wolff in Belfast for the Pacific Steam Navigation Company as Orca. In 1927, she was sold to the White Star Line and renamed Calgaric. She remained in service until 1934. In 1927, White Star Line chartered the ship for service, but it was too small. In 193 ... Read »


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    • Calista (steamboat)

    • Calista (steamboat)

      The steamship Calista was a small steamboat of the Puget Sound Mosquito Fleet. Calista was built in 1911 at the Martinolich shipyard at Dockton, Washington. The vessel is best known for an event which occurred on November 5, 1916. The vessel, preceded by the steamboat Verona was transporting members of the Industrial ... Read »


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    • RV Callista

    • RV Callista is a research vessel belonging to the School of Ocean and Earth Science, University of Southampton, at the National Oceanography Centre, Southampton. Callista is a 19.75-metre (64.8 ft) catamaran designed and equipped for a range of coastal and shelf research. ... 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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    • Canada II

    • Canada II

      Canada II is a 12-metre class yacht that competed in the 1987 Louis Vuitton Cup. ... Read »


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    • Canadolite

    • The Canadian oil tanker Canadolite was a 11,309 grt. tanker. She was laid down in 1926 and launched later that year. She was owned by the Imperial Oil company and was built in Germany. On March 25, 1941, she was captured by the German auxiliary cruiser Kormoran and was subsequently turned into a German tanker. She surv ... Read »


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    • SS Canonesa

    • SS Canonesa was a British cargo ship operated by the Houlder Line. She was part of Convoy HX 72 in September 1940, carrying 7,265 tons of refrigerated and general cargo, including 2,258 tons of bacon, 955 tons of cheese, 379 tons of fish and 250 tons of ham, from Sydney to Liverpool. She was under the command of her m ... Read »


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    • Canterbury (ship)

    • The Canterbury, or Canterbury Merchant, is the ship that transported William Penn and James Logan from England to Philadelphia in 1699. The Canterbury set sail from the Isle of Wight on September 3, 1699, reaching Philadelphia on December 3, 1699. The captain of the Canterbury is recorded as either "Henry Tregeny" or " ... Read »


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    • SS Cape Gibson (AK-5051)

    • SS Cape Gibson (AK-5051)

      SS Cape Gibson (AK-5051) is a Cape G Class Break bulk cargo ship of the United States Maritime Administration, last used as a training ship at Texas A&M University at Galveston. Currently she later mothballed in the Beaumont Reserve Fleet. The ship was originally delivered as SS Indian Mail a class C5-S-75a ship, to A ... Read »


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    • MV Cape Vincent (T-AKR-9666)

    • MV Cape Vincent (T-AKR-9666)

      MV Cape Vincent (T-AKR-9666) was built as MV Marzario Italia in 1984 at Italcantieri S.P. A., Italy. After launch, it was delivered to CMB Italy after which it was briefly renamed MV Taabo Italia. She was acquired on 13 May 1993, by the US Department of Transportation, Maritime Administration and renamed MV Cape Vincen ... Read »


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    • Capital City (sternwheeler)

    • Capital City (sternwheeler)

      Capital City was a sternwheel steamboat of the Puget Sound Mosquito Fleet. The vessel was originally named Dalton. Capital City was built in 1898 at Port Blakely at the Hall Brothers shipyard. This vessel was originally owned by Canadian Pacific Ry. and was acquired by White Pass in 1901, but was not used under White ... Read »


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    • Caritas (yacht)

    • Caritas (yacht)

      Caritas was a private power yacht constructed in 1922 for sugar magnate J. Percy Bartram, a member of the New York Yacht Club. Launched at the shipyards of George Lawley & Son at Neponset, Boston Massachusetts, designed by Cox & Stevens naval architects, New York. The deckhouse, pilot house and all exterior brightwork ... Read »


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    • Carnival Conquest

    • Carnival Conquest

      Carnival Conquest is a Conquest-class cruise ship owned and operated by American/British company Carnival Cruise Line. Sixty percent of her staterooms have ocean views, and sixty percent of those (37% of all cabins) have balconies. The ship's interior decor is of a French Impressionist style designed to complement the ... Read »


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    • Carolina (ship)

    • The Carolina, also known as the Caroline, was an American Civil War merchant ship that tried to leave Galveston, Texas by breaking though a federal blockade. The ship was last carrying cotton and sank in 1864 in the Gulf of Mexico. On March 9, 2009, contractors looking for debris from Hurricane Ike reported the discove ... Read »


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    • Caroline (schooner)

    • Caroline (schooner)

      Caroline was a schooner constructed in New Bedford, United States. She disappeared without trace in 1802. Built and registered in New Bedford, she was owned by Swain and Co a New Bedford firm. She reached Sydney on 22 December 1801 under the command of St Tuckerman. She left Sydney on 29 March 1802 with Lieutenant Nei ... Read »


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    • SS Carondelet

    • SS Carondelet was an immigrant ship, active in 1877 and 1878, that transported immigrants from Havana to New York City. It weighed 15118.29 tons. ... Read »


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    • Cason

    • Cason

      Cason (until 1978 Finn-Leonhardt) was a cargo ship, under a Panamanian flag, carrying 1,100 tonnes of various toxic and flammable chemicals. On 5 December 1987 the ship caught fire off the coast of Galicia, Spain. 23 of the 31 crew died, including the captain. The ship grounded off Cape Finisterre and broke up. Ca ... Read »


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    • Castoro Sei

    • Castoro Sei

      The Castoro Sei (Italian for Beaver Six) is a column stabilized semi-submersible pipelay vessel. She has an overall length of 152 metres (499 ft), a width of 70.5 metres (231 ft) and an operating draught of 7.8 to 15.5 metres (26 to 51 ft). The Castoro Sei is equipped with 2 rotating gantry cranes 134 t ... Read »


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    • Casuarina (schooner)

    • The Casuarina schooner was purchased by Nicolas Baudin at Port Jackson (Sydney) in 1802, during the Baudin expedition to Australia. She was a locally built schooner. Baudin left France with two ships, Géographe and Naturaliste. The Naturaliste was sent home from Port Jackson with the specimens collected to date. Th ... Read »


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    • Caterina Costa

    • Caterina Costa was an 8,060 ton motor ship. On March 28, 1943, it was moored in the port of Naples in the area overlooking the district of Saint Erasmus, while being loaded with arms and supplies (1,000 tons of gas, 900 explosives, tanks and others) to be transported to Bizerte to supply war materials for the Italian ... Read »


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    • CCGS Cygnus

    • CCGS Cygnus

      CCGS Cygnus is a Cape Roger-class fisheries patrol vessel of the Canadian Coast Guard. The ship entered service in 1981 and is used to monitor the fisheries along the Atlantic coast of Canada. During the Turbot War, Cygnus was among the Coast Guard vessels sent to monitor the European fishing fleet on the Grand Banks. ... Read »


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    • MV Celestyal Odyssey

    • MV Celestyal Odyssey

      MV Celestyal Odyssey is a Malta-registered passenger ship. The ship was built in Germany in 2001 by Blohm + Voss and originally named Olympia Explorer. The ship was later renamed MV Explorer when it began sailing for the Semester at Sea program in 2004. The ship remained with them until 2015. In May 2015, the ship was ... Read »


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    • SS Champlain


    • Channel Light Vessel Automatic

    • Channel

      Channel Light Vessel Automatic is the name of a lightvessel in the English Channel. It is one of the 22 coastal weather stations whose conditions are automatically reported in the BBC Shipping Forecast. The vessel's position is 49°55′N 2°54′W / 49.917°N 2.900°W / 49.917; -2.900, ... Read »


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    • Charles W

    • Charles W

      The F/V Charles W, also known as Annie J Larsen, is a historic fishing schooner anchored in Petersburg, Alaska. At the time of its retirement in 2000, it was the oldest fishing vessel in the fishing fleet of Southeast Alaska, and the only known wooden fishing vessel in the entire state still in active service. Launched ... Read »


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    • Chauncy Jerome Jr Shipwreck Site


    • Chersonesos A

    • Chersonesos A is an early Medieval Black Sea shipwreck located in suboxic waters off the coast of Crimean peninsula, Ukraine. The ship is believed to be a Byzantine trading vessel. ... Read »


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    • Çıkaran


    • SS City of Brooklyn


    • SS City of London

    • The SS City of London was a passenger steamship built in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1863 by Tod & McGregor, and owned by the Inman Line. She had one singular funnel, and three sail masts in case she ran out of coal. She was mostly black. She completed her maiden voyage from Liverpool, to Queenstown, and then to New York o ... Read »


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    • City of Waco


    • Clansman 30

    • The Clansman 30 is a 30-foot class of narrow-beam full-keel yacht manufactured on the New South Wales Central Coast of Australia. Production ran from 1965 through 1985, with hull numbers from 1 to 108. The last Clansman was launched in 1994. The Clansman was one of the first fiberglass production yachts in Australia a ... Read »


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    • Clara Brown (steamboat)

    • Clara Brown (steamboat)

      Clara Brown was a sternwheel steamboat of the Puget Sound Mosquito Fleet which operated from the late 1880s to the early 1900s, and possibly as late as 1930. Clara Brown was built in 1886 by Hiram Doncaster, for Capt. Thomas Brown, the owner of the Brown Wharf and Navigation Company. The vessel was named for Captain B ... Read »


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    • USLHT Clover

    • USLHT Clover

      The United States Lighthouse Tender Clover is the third Lighthouse Service vessel to bear this name. She was privately built in 1899 and christened Two Myrtles, after the owner's wife and daughter. She was purchased by the Lighthouse Service in 1908 and retained her name. Originally assigned to the 11th Lighthouse Dist ... Read »


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    • MV Clyde

    • MV Clyde

      MV Clyde was built at A. & J. Inglis in Pointhouse, Glasgow, and equipped with engines by L. Gardner and Sons, Manchester. She was used for inspections and conveyance of Trustees of the Clyde Navigation Trust (now Clydeport) on special occasions. Sometimes she was used for special excursions. From 1984 to 1993 she was ... Read »


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    • Columbia (barque)

    • Columbia (barque)

      The Columbia was a 310 ton, 6 gun barque in the service of the Columbia District of the Hudson's Bay Company on the Columbia River and elsewhere in the Pacific Northwest in the 1830s and 1840s. The vessel's complement of crew was 24 men. On her maiden voyage, in 1835, she served as escort to the Beaver. Her voyages in ... Read »


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    • Conestoga (ship)

    • Conestoga (ship)

      Conestoga was an iron-clad wooden steam freighter constructed in 1878. In 1922, Conestoga caught fire at Cardinal, Ontario and sank. Conestoga was 253 feet (77 m) long with a beam of 36 feet (11 m) and a draft of 16 feet (4.9 m). Conestoga had a 16-foot (4.9 m) hold. The freighter was built in Clevela ... Read »


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    • Chilean icebreaker Contraalmirante Oscar Viel Toro

    • Chilean icebreaker Contraalmirante Oscar Viel Toro

      Contraalmirante Oscar Viel Toro is an icebreaker in service with the Chilean Navy since 1995. Originally in service with the Canadian Coast Guard as CCGS Norman McLeod Rogers, it was named for former MP and cabinet minister Norman McLeod Rogers (1894–1940). It is currently named for Counter Admiral Oscar Viel Toro ... Read »


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    • SS Corinaldo


    • RV Coriolis II

    • RV Coriolis II

      Coriolis II is a Canadian research vessel. She is homeported in Rimouski, Quebec. She is operated by a consortium of five institutions: Institut des sciences de la mer à Rimouski (ISMER), the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), McGill University, the Institut national de la recherche scientifique - E ... Read »


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    • Cork Boat (vessel)

    • Cork Boat is a vessel designed and built by American speechwriter John Pollack and his partner Garth Goldstein. The ship, composed of exactly 165,321 wine corks, took over two years to complete. Over 100 volunteers contributed to the project, and Pollack received numerous donations of materials for it, but most of the ... Read »


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    • Costa Diadema


    • Costa neoRiviera

    • Costa neoRiviera

      MS Costa neoRiviera is a cruise ship currently sailing for Costa Crociere and formerly operated by Ibero Cruises. In 1999 Festival Cruises delivered their first new build MS Mistral which was built by Chantiers de l'Atlantique. Her maiden cruise started on 17 July 1999, from Venice to the Greek islands. But following ... Read »


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    • Creole Queen

    • The paddlewheeler Creole Queen is a 1,000 passenger riverboat operating out of the Port Of New Orleans. She is operated by New Orleans Paddlewheels, Inc. She was built by Halter Marine at Moss Point, Mississippi along the lines of a turn-of-the-century sternwheeler and was christened into service in September 1983. She ... Read »


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    • Cressy (ship)

    • Cressy (ship)

      The Cressy was one of the first four ships in 1850 to carry emigrants from England to the new colony of Canterbury in New Zealand. The Cressy was the last to arrive on 27 December. The other ships were Charlotte Jane, Sir George Seymour and Randolph. The passengers aboard these four ships were referred to as the "Cant ... Read »


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    • Crest (steamboat 1900)

    • Crest (steamboat 1900)

      Crest was a wooden steamboat that operated on Puget Sound in the early 1900s. Following a sale of the vessel in May, 1912, this boat was known as Bay Island. In 1899, the Hunt Brothers, a family steamboat business, had Crest built at Tacoma for service on the Tacoma-Gig Harbor routeCrest was built according to a t ... Read »


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    • HSC Croazia Jet

    • HSC Croazia Jet

      HSC Croazia Jet is a high speed craft owned and operated by Italian company SNAV. The ship was built in 1996 by Australian shipyard Austal; its length is 83 m and can achieve the speed of nearly 40 kn (74 km/h). The capacity of the vessel is 156 cars and 650 passengers. In the past, the ship was owned by several Europe ... Read »


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    • Crusader (speedboat)

    • Crusader was a jet-powered speed boat piloted by John Cobb. The combination of an aerodynamically stable hullform and turbojet propulsion was proposed by Reid Railton, Cobb's adviser. A rocket-powered scale model was tested at Haslar. The full size design was by Peter du Cane and built by Vospers of Portsmouth. Techni ... Read »


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    • RDV 01 Crystal

    • RDV 01 Crystal

      RDV 01 Crystal was a research vessel of the Royal Navy. An unpowered floating platform, it was designed to be used during sonar research and development projects at the Admiralty Underwater Weapons Establishment (AUWE) at Portland Harbour, Dorset. It was not fitted with any propulsion or steering gear. Ordered from th ... Read »


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    • Crystal (steamboat)

    • Crystal (steamboat)

      The steamboat Crystal operated in the early 1900s as part of the Puget Sound Mosquito Fleet. Crystal was a typical small steamer of the type that served small communities along Puget Sound. Crystal was built at Gig Harbor in 1904 for Miles Coffman. Crystal was propeller-driven, 45' long, and rated at 25 tons. Captain ... Read »


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    • Culmer White


    • Cyrus Walker

    • Cyrus Walker

      Cyrus Walker was a sidewheel tug active in Puget Sound in the second half of the 19th century. Domingo Marcucci built the Cyrus Walker at San Francisco, California at his Steamboat Point shipyard in 1864, for Pope & Talbot. She was 120 foot long side-wheel steamboat, with a 28-foot beam and an 8-foot hold. She was equ ... Read »


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    • ORP Czajka

    • ORP Czajka

      ORP Czajka was a Jaskółka class minesweeper of the Polish Navy at the outset of World War II. It was built by the riverine shipyard at Modlin. Czajka participated in the defense of Poland during the Nazi German invasion of 1939. A subsequent Projekt 206FM class minehunter was commissioned as Czajka (624) in 1967 ... Read »


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    • Dahabeya

    • The Dahabeya or Dahabiya is a sailing boat that is based out of Luxor, Esna or Aswan for 3, 7, 9 or 12 nights cruises on the Nile river. Originally built to carry celebrities and royal families, the Dahabeya was a luxury pleasure boat for the Nile. The name means "golden one" alluding to the gold and dongola decor ... Read »


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    • USLHT Dahlia

    • USLHT Dahlia

      The United States Lighthouse Tender Dahlia was a lighthouse tender serving on the Great Lakes. The first Great Lakes tender to be specifically built for that purpose, she was built in 1874 by Neafie & Levy and placed into commission at Detroit. The ship was refitted in 1881, and again in 1891. On 5 May 1909 she was s ... Read »


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    • Daisy (steamboat)

    • Daisy was a sternwheel steamboat that ran on Puget Sound and the Skagit River from 1880 to 1897. Daisy was built at Seattle for the Washington Steamboat Company in 1880. The vessel was placed in service for the Skagit River trade. In 1897 Daisy sank near Edmonds, Washington. ... 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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    • Daring (steamboat 1909)

    • Daring (steamboat 1909)

      Daring was built at Tacoma in 1909 by the shipyard of Crawford and Reid for Matthew McDowell’s Seattle-Tacoma-East Pass route. Daring was 98' long and rated at 163 tons. From 1916 to 1918, Daring was operated as a tug by Chesley Tug Co. out of Seattle, and was then sold to Pacific Great Eastern Railway, Victo ... Read »


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    • Dart (steamboat)

    • Dart (steamboat)

      The steamboat Dart operated in the early 1900s as part of the Puget Sound Mosquito Fleet. Dart was built in 1911 by Matthew McDowell at Tacoma for his steamboat line's Seattle-Tacoma-East Pass run.Dart a small vessel even by Mosquito Fleet standards. Dart ran on the Seattle-Tacoma-East Pass route until about 1918 ... Read »


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    • Dauntless (steamboat)

    • Dauntless (steamboat)

      The steamboat Dauntless operated in the early 1900s as part of the Puget Sound Mosquito Fleet. Dauntless was built in 1899 by Matthew McDowell at Tacoma to replace the Defiance (I) on the Seattle-Tacoma-East Pass run. Dauntless was 93' long and rated at 91 tons. In 1900, Captain McDowell built a newer and larger ... Read »


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