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  1. Kaskelot

    Kaskelot

    The 3-masted barque Kaskelot. Built in 1948, she is one of the largest wooden vessels still sailing. She has featured in several film and television productions. Detail of her masts, yards and rigging.
  2. Kaskelot

    Kaskelot

    The 3-masted barque Kaskelot. Built in 1948, she is one of the largest wooden vessels still sailing. She has featured in several film and television productions.
  3. Kaskelot

    Kaskelot

    The 3-masted barque Kaskelot. Built in 1948, she is one of the largest wooden vessels still sailing. She has featured in several film and television productions. Detail of the foretop and rigging.
  4. Kaskelot

    Kaskelot

    The 3-masted barque Kaskelot. Built in 1948, she is one of the largest wooden vessels still sailing. She has featured in several film and television productions. Detail of the masts, yards and rigging.
  5. Kaskelot

    Kaskelot

    The 3-masted barque Kaskelot. Built in 1948, she is one of the largest wooden vessels still sailing. She has featured in several film and television productions.
  6. Sea Cloud II

    Sea Cloud II

    Sea Cloud II, a 3-masted barque with 2 diesel engines. A cruise ship, launched in 1999, with accommodation for 96 passengers and 63 crew. The sails are set manually, in the traditional tall ships manner, with crew climbing the rigging and manning the yards for the square-rig sails.
  7. Stavros S Niarchos

    Stavros S Niarchos

    Stavros S Niarchos. Ship Type: Sailing vessel Year Built: 2000 Length x Breadth: 59 m X 9 m Gross Tonnage: 493, DeadWeight: 60 t Speed recorded (Max / Average): 7.6 / 6.4 knots Flag: United Kingdom [UK] Call Sign: MZIU7 IMO: 9222314, MMSI: 232007330
  8. Glenlee

    Glenlee

    Baldheaded barque Glenlee at an advanced stage of restoration, rainy Glasgow, 2003.
  9. Bottled barque

    Bottled barque

    Three-masted barque 'Peru' (1876) by moonlight. Made & bottled by Len Wilson, Kirkwall, Orkney, 1997.
  10. Polly Woodside, Melbourne 2009

    Polly Woodside, Melbourne 2009

    Polly Woodside has just this week been relocated back to her original berth alongside the Melbourne Convention Centre. A new museum complex is being built alongside, as well as some restorative maintenance on the ship.
  11. Polly Woodside 1984

    Polly Woodside 1984

    Looking forward along the deck.
  12. Steam launch and Polly Woodside 1984

    Steam launch and Polly Woodside 1984

    This steam launch was being built in the yards alongside the Polly Woodside. Old skills still in use. Steam launch now operates on the Yarra.
  13. Polly Woodside, Melbourne 1984

    Polly Woodside, Melbourne 1984

    Polly Woodside (formerly Rona)at her present location in Melbourne before the high rise gentrification of nearby South Wharf, North Wharf and Victoria Dock. Rialto Towers in the background still being built.
  14. Rona 1966, before restoration to Polly Woodside

    Rona 1966, before restoration to Polly Woodside

    Rona as a disused coal lighter at dockside on the Yarra River Melbourne. Later restored as Barque Polly Woodside. Photo taken 1966
  15. Statsraad Lehmkuhl

    Statsraad Lehmkuhl

    The barque Statsraad Lehmkuhl in Bergen, Norway ca. 1981. She was built in 1914 as a school training ship.
  16. cabin boy

    cabin boy

    barque Dimsdale west coast lumber trade 1904
  17. British barque Garsdale

    British barque Garsdale

    west coat lumber trade 1900,s
  18. Australian

    Australian

    four masted barque Australian West Coast lumber trade 1904
  19. four master barque

    four master barque

    west coast timber trade
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