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  1. Sailing ship

    Sailing ship

    Postage stamp Panama 1968
  2. Ship Research
    I have been trying to find information on a ship named "JOHN GEORGE" which I would assume to be a sailing vessel. My great grandfather was a crew member and deserted the ship along with two others when it arrived in Port Adelaide 30 July 1873. I know no other details about the ship so was hoping...
  3. edit: Stadt Amsterdam

    edit: Stadt Amsterdam

    heading north past Scarborough North Bay
  4. 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.
  5. 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
  6. Eye of the Wind North Atlantic 2013

    Eye of the Wind North Atlantic 2013

    Tall Ship 'Eye of the Wind' during her Atlantic crossing between Bermuda and the Azores, March 2013. The photo was taken from the sailing vessel "Wylde Swan". The 'Eye of the Wind' was built in 1911 and is still under sail! More info: www.eyeofthewind.net
  7. 4 masted ship

    4 masted ship

    I'm sure many members will ID this one..but I ca'nt...a handwritten note on the back of the pic is no help at all..it simply reads.."s..t page 6 " !!!
  8. Falls of Clyde

    Falls of Clyde

    The Falls of Clyde was built in 1878 by Russell and Company in Port Glasgow, Inverclyde, Scotland, launched as the first of nine iron-hulled four-masted ships for Wright and Breakenridge's Falls Line.[1] She was named after the Falls of Clyde, a group of waterfalls up the River Clyde, and built to t
  9. Four-master, Blyth

    Four-master, Blyth

    I have neither the name nor date, but it is definitely at Blyth
  10. Brigantine 'Eye of the Wind', built 1911

    Brigantine 'Eye of the Wind', built 1911

    This vessel was built in 1911 and is still under sail until the present day! She was flagship for the 'Operation Drake' in the 1970s, later acted in several Hollywood movies such as 'Blue Lagoon', 'Savage Island', 'White Squall', and 'Taipan'.
  11. Sailing  Ship

    Sailing Ship

    Sailing ship in Darling Harbour during 1988 bi-centenary
  12. Sailing boat

    Sailing boat

    Sailing boat Southern Swan on Sydney Harbour 18.3.2010
  13. Enterprize sailing up the Yarra

    Enterprize sailing up the Yarra

    Enterprize sailing up the Yarra during the 2010 wooden boat show.
  14. Stad Amsterdam, Melbourne 2010

    Stad Amsterdam, Melbourne 2010

    Stad Amsterdam departing Melbourne on Feb 26.
  15. One and All

    One and All

    In Melbourne (Feb 2010) for the wooden boat festival.
  16. Edwin Fox stern

    Edwin Fox stern

  17. Edwin Fox

    Edwin Fox

    This shot looks through the decks and gives an idea of internal construction
  18. Edwin Fox info

    Edwin Fox info

  19. Edwin Fox

    Edwin Fox

    Edwin Fox, according to the museum in which it is located at Picton NZ, is the ninth oldest preserved ship. I learnt that "preserved" is different from "restored" in that preserved refers to a ship that has a large proportion of its original hull intact. In that sense Mary Rose i
  20. Anvers

    Anvers

    Sailing Shops in the harbour, in the beginning of 1900. Postcard in my collection
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