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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. Stade

    1917 completed by C. Luehring, Hammelwarden, Weser, Germany for Schuchmann, Geestemuende as SS Weser, 177GRT, 260 metric tdw, 33,98 x 6,94m 150bhp 3 cyl Deutz diesel engine 1924 sold to Johann Christoph Meyer, Buetzfleth, renamed Stade 1925 lengthened 1938 sold and renamed Walter 1942 exploded
  4. Sailing Schooner

    Small schooner on the Savannah River
  5. Steel Away

    Taken on my last cruise in the Inland Waterway East Coast USA
  6. Zarja

    Nonmagnetic schooner Zarja
  7. Lynx

    The schooner LYNX leaves Kewalo Basin with passengers on board for an afternoon sail. Waikiki is in the background.
  8. Harvey Gamage

    Built in 1973, she is part of the Ocean Classroom Foundation
  9. Enterprize (2)

    Waiting for the command to action. Schooner Enterprize crew member waiting for the paying passengers to sort themselves out. Hobart wooden boat festival 2011
  10. Enterprize (1)

    Preparing Enterprize for a short sail on the Derwent during the Hobart wooden boat festival
  11. THOMAS McDONAGH

    Thomas McDonagh before and after a Painting by Brian Cleare.
  12. THOMAS McDONAGH

    Under sail off the Waterford coast
  13. THOMAS McDONAGH

    Under sail
  14. THOMAS McDONAGH

    Sunset off Kinsale
  15. THOMAS McDONAGH

    Ballycotton harbour Cork
  16. THOMAS McDONAGH

    Schooner Thomas McDonagh approaching the Barrow Bridge outbound from New Ross.
  17. HM Armed Schooner Ballahoo

    My impression of a small armed schooner of the Ballahoo class, built in Bermuda around 1807. No a very popular ship, as small and ineffective, most were captured or wrecked. No much information about these boats apart from hull drafts and pictures of model kits, so a bit of guesswork went into the p
  18. Nanna stranded in Skálafjørður

    Built 1901-03 on Chr. Andersens Værft, Svendborg, as a topgallant schooner. During a furious gale late in 1918 she drifted ashore in the Skálafjørður, Faeroes, and sank. In 1919 the fishery inspection ship Beskytteren gother afloat again and she was repaired. Later she was sold to Sweden and was act
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