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  1. One and All, Melbourne 1988

    One and All, Melbourne 1988

    One and All is approaching Melbourne as part of the First Fleeters that came to Australia as part of the BiCentenary celebrations in 1988. From memory I think the First Fleet came after the Tall Ships and were much smaller in size. Anna Kristina is in the background with the brown sails.
  2. Juan Sebastian de Elcano, Melbourne 1988

    Juan Sebastian de Elcano, Melbourne 1988

    Juan Sebastian de Elcano is welcomed into melbourne by unkown tug as part of the Australian Bicentenary Tall Ships fleet in 1988. Taken from the ST Wattle that was hired by the Bicentary authority to lead the tall ships down Port Phillip Bay to Melbourne.
  3. Dar Pomorza

    Dar Pomorza

    I joined this ship as cadet in 1976 for two month and again in 1977 four month. She is museum now and can be seen in Gdynia.
  4. Amerigo Vespucci figurehead

    Amerigo Vespucci figurehead

    Amerigo Vespucci figurehead, Melbourne.
  5. Unknown dhow

    Unknown dhow

    This pleasure or tourist dhow was photographed in Bridgetown, Barbados 1988
  6. Unknown sailing ship

    Unknown sailing ship

    Picture taken in Caribbean 1988 could be off San Martin island
  7. Sailing ship

    Sailing ship

    what landlubbers see that i dont see now,thanks to Lisa
  8. Amerigo Vespucci, Melbourne 2003

    Amerigo Vespucci, Melbourne 2003

    Berthed at Station Pier, Melbourne. Forget the occaision but she was all alone. The Italian sailors in their brilliant whites were very noticeable in and about town. So were their lady friends.
  9. Cutty Sark, crew quarters, 1998

    Cutty Sark, crew quarters, 1998

  10. Cutty Sark 1998

    Cutty Sark 1998

    Taken on a visit to the UK in 1998. Dug out photo after 2007 fire to remind me what she looked like then.
  11. Anna Kristina, Melbourne 1988, First Fleet Bicentenary

    Anna Kristina, Melbourne 1988, First Fleet Bicentenary

    Anna Kristina approaching Melbourne for First Fleet Bicentary celebrations. Taken from ST Wattle. One of the prettier ships.
  12. Captain Scott

    Captain Scott

    A beautiful ship under sail probably somewhere in the gulf, it sure does not look like the North Sea!!
  13. Captain Scott renamed Shabab Oman

    Captain Scott renamed Shabab Oman

    A great photograph of a beautiful ship which I am proud to say I helped to build in Herd & Mackenzies Buckie, launched 1971, joined the Oman navy in 1979. The photo was taken at Tower Bridge 1989. I think that was the time she had just had a refit in Germany as there was nowhere in the U.K. with
  14. Captain Scott renamed Shabab Oman

    Captain Scott renamed Shabab Oman

    The Captain Scott was one of the last ships I worked on while serving my time in Herd & MacKenzies in Buckie. She was later renamed and was a cadet training ship with the sultan of Omans navy. A really beautiful barquentine, 54 meters long, 8 meter beam,5 meter draught,485 tonnes,30 meter mast (
  15. ALBANUS

    ALBANUS

    Åland Islands ASP tripp
  16. Jean De Lune

    Jean De Lune

    At Leith's Ocean Terminal today 16/4/06. former Royal Yacht Brittania astern of her at her permanent berth. Jean de Lune offering 30 minute trips around the Western Harbour at £4 a head Regards Colin
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