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       The Clipper City was first built as a cargo schooner just prior to the Civil War, then rebuilt from the original plans, on loan from the Smithsonian Institution, and recently refurbished. The new, restored Clipper City, with a length of 160 feet and a height of 120 feet, can comfortably sail 144 people — the most of any passenger sailboat in the United States. With its sweeping deck, full bar, and eight sails, this majestic schooner and its attentive crew now sail daily from South Street Seaport, providing guests with a unique way to see Manhattan.
    1800 - 1900 год | Просмотров: 3520 | Добавил: moops | Дата: 08.03.2010


       An extreme wooden clipper built in 1853 by Alexander Hall & Sons, Aberdeen, at a total cost of ?15.434 10s 1d. Built of larch and pine with some iron deck hold beams. Her dimensions were 193'2"?33'6"?20'2" and tonnage 1246 tons and 939 tons.
    1800 - 1900 год | Просмотров: 2319 | Добавил: moops | Дата: 08.03.2010


       A medium clipper ship built in 1855 by Irons & Grinnell, Mystic, Co, USA. 220'0"?41'2"?22'3" and tonnage 1679 tons. Rigged with a main skysail.
    1800 - 1900 год | Просмотров: 3374 | Добавил: moops | Дата: 07.03.2010

     
       The C.A. Thayer is a schooner built in 1895, now preserved at the San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park. She is one of the few survivors of the sailing schooners in the West coast lumber trade to San Francisco from Washington, Oregon, and Northern California.
    1800 - 1900 год | Просмотров: 2529 | Добавил: moops | Дата: 26.02.2010

     
       Lettie G. Howard is a wooden Fredonia schooner built in 1893 in Essex, Massachusetts[5]. This type of craft was commonly used by American offshore fishermen. The Lettie spent a significant portion of her working life off the Yucatan Peninsula coast. In 1968, she was sold to the South Street Seaport Museum and refinished. She was restored in 1991 and is certified as a training and working museum ship.
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       An extreme wooden clipper ship built in 1851 by Alford Butler, at Cape Elizabete, Maine. Dimensions: 157?32?16'6" and tonnage: 742 tons.
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       Launched at the yard of Hans Ditlev Bendixsen at Fairhaven, CA, in 1897, the sailing schooner Wawona was one of the largest three-masted schooners built in North America. Her timbers were cut from virgin forests. Today she is one of two survivors of the once immense commercial sailing fleet in the Pacific Northwest.
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       A four-masted medium clipper barque built in 1853 by Donald McKay, East Boston, on speculation. Rigged with Forbes' double topsail yards.
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    Aurora 1855
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       This is the fourth clipper which Mr. McKay has built during the past year, and all of them may be regarded as experiments, for they bear little resemblance to other vessels, or to one another.
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