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  1. Wind Star

    A modern version of a 4-masted schooner, with the triangular fore-and-aft sails forward of the masts rather than aft, but with engines as well, as shown by the exhaust funnel aft of the main mast. Built in 1986, she has capacity for 148 passengers with 90 crew.
  2. Wind Star

    A modern version of a 4-masted schooner, with the triangular fore-and-aft sails forward of the masts rather than aft, but with engines as well, as shown by the exhaust funnel aft of the main mast. Built in 1986, she has capacity for 148 passengers with 90 crew.
  3. CITY OF ADELAIDE.

    Being loaded aboard MV PALANPUR for Adelaide Australia.
  4. PALANPUR.

    Arriving Adelaide with the hull of the City of Adelaide from Irvine Scotland for preservation.
  5. MIR.

    Built 1987 Russian State Maritime Academy, Saint Petersburg at Hartlepool for Tall Ships Race.
  6. STAD AMSTERDAM.

    Berthing at Newcastle Quay built in 2000 as a work experience project by unemployed and young people also school leavers by the City of Amsterdam and Randstand.
  7. TENACIOUS.

    UK Flagged sailing ship [Barque] built in 2000 for the Jubilee Sailing Trust, built of an innovative wood epoxy laminate.
  8. CHRISTIAN RADICH.

    Norwegian flagged sailing ship arriving Tyne built 1937.
  9. STAVROS.S.NIARCHOS.

    Built in 2000 a Brig of 68.05metres for the Tall Ship Youth Trust here berthed in the Port of Blyth Northumberland.
  10. Not Known.

    Four masted schooner photographed at Newcastle Quay berthed below the Tyne Bridge she is well armed with 4.5 guns for and aft,was she a naval auxillary or training ship photo is aged and not identified.
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