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Junk (Chinesse - 1644)
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A junk is a Chinese sailboat design dating from ancient times and still in use today. Junks were originally developed during the Han Dynasty (220 BC–200 AD) and were used as ocean going vessels ... Read More
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Amerigo Vespucci (Italien - 1931)
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AMERIGO VESPUCCI", a ship of the Italian navy was launched in 1931 in the Naval shipyard of Castellamare Di Stabia in Italy, this piece of art, realized by the Lieutenant Colonel Francesco Rotundi, ... Read More
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Albatros (American - 1840)
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Albatross, originally named Albatros, later, was a sailing ship built as a schooner at the state shipyard in Amsterdam, Netherlands, in 1920, to serve as a pilot boat in the North Sea. The slender ... Read More
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American (American - 1851)
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America is a 19th century racing yacht that won eight times on August 22, 1851 over the Royal Yacht Squadron's 53 mile regatta around the Isle of Wright. On May 3, 1851, the scheduled launching of ... Read More
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San Felipe (Spanish - 1690)
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An admiral ship impressive in its size, with a slim and extraordinary wide sail, armed with 108 cannons and made precious by several sculptures. It is one of the most beautiful Spanish ships of the ... Read More
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Blue Nose (Canada - 1921)
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Bluenose was a Canadian schooner from Nova Scotia, a celebrated racing ship (and hard-working fishing vessel) and a symbol of the province. The name "bluenose" originated as a nick-name for Nova ... Read More
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La Confiance Surcouf (French - 1799)
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Built in Bordeaux in 1799, she was sent out to Mauritius the same year under the command of captain Tandin. On her arrival at Port Louis the agents for the vessel offered the command to Robert ... Read More
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Paquebot France (French - 1960)
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Built in shipyard under the name of PICARDIE, renamed FRANCE before her launching, the second ship to bear this name within the company. At the time, the largest French steamer, her dimensions having ... Read More
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Calypso (French - 1942)
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Calypso is a former British Royal Navy Minesweeper converted into a research vessel for the oceanography researcher Jacques-Yves Cousteau, equipped with a mobile laboratory for underwater field ... Read More
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Container (1951)
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Container ships are cargo ships that carry their entire load in truck-size intermodal containers, in a technique called containerization. They form a common means of commercial intermodal freight ... Read More
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Hermione (French - 1780)
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Fayette used this boat to cross Atlantic for his second trip to the United States, in 1780, and to participate in the war of the American’s independence. Therefore that symbolized a ... Read More
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Hms Endeavour James Cook (English - 1761)
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HMS Endeavour, also known as HM Bark Endeavour, was a Royal Navy research vessel commanded by Lieutenant James Cook on his first voyage of discovery, to Australia and New Zealand from 1769 to 1771. ... Read More
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Britania Yacht (English - 1895)
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Her Majesty's Yacht Britannia is the former Royal Yacht of the British royal family, the 83rd such vessel since the restoration of King Charles II in 1660. She is the second Royal yacht to bear the ... Read More
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Chebec (French - 1750)
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In 1750, her Majesty Antoine Louise de Rouille of Joury ordered the construction of four vessels named 'CHEBEC". Two among them, "LE REQUIN" and "INDISCRET" weighed 260 tonnages with an armament of ... Read More
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Mercator (Belgium - 1960)
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Infact when one said Ostende he means Mercator. This Belgium school ship sailed until 1960. It was on board of this ship that the dead body of father Damien was sent home. This three masts ship has ... Read More
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France Ii (French - 1911)
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It is the year 1911, on the construction sites of the Gironde, in Bordeaux, the five-masted tall ship FRANCE was just recently commissioned by Prentout Armaments. Measuring 150m long, 17m wide, 6,350 ... Read More
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Langoustier (French - Year 30)
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Langoustier is a boat equipped for the fishing of crayfish. For fishing distance, these last exceed 50 barrels. The most part are equipped with a fish tank put in the centre and supported in constant ... Read More
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La Couronne (French - 1638)
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Launched in the year 1638 at "Roche-Bernard" the French vessel "LA COURONNE" was constructed based on scientific instructions of the priest Fournier's theoretical manual which is the hydrography. ... Read More
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Neptune (Swiss - 1904)
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Neptune was one of the notorious Second Fleet ships to Port Jackson. Built in the River Thames in 1779, at 809 tons she was the largest ship of the fleet. In company with Surprize and Scarborough she ... Read More
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King Of Mississipi (American - 1868)
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Riverboats were jacks of all trades. They served as the lifeline for cotton and inland trade, towed barges and ferried railroad trains across the river. As passenger boats, they helped to shrink the ... Read More
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