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Tall Ships

Immerse yourself in the world of tall ships and discover their rich history. Get inspired by top ideas to experience the grandeur and adventure of sailing on these magnificent vessels.
Three lesser-known islands in the Dodecanese, Greece - Chalki, Kastellorizo, and Symi - are new destinations for Star Clippers in summer 2021, as is the port of Fethiye, Turkey popular for its golden sands, azure waters, forested mountains, and sea-front bazaars. Uss Constitution Model, Old Sailing Ships, Sailing Cruise Ship, Small Ship Cruises, Sailing Holidays, Float Your Boat, Galleon, Tug Boats, Cruises

Three lesser-known islands in the Dodecanese, Greece - Chalki, Kastellorizo, and Symi - are new destinations for Star Clippers in summer 2021, as is the port of Fethiye, Turkey popular for its golden sands, azure waters, forested mountains, and sea-front bazaars.

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Aleksander Falba
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The tall ship Bounty sails into San Francisco Bay during the Parade of Ships as part of the 2008 San Francisco Festival of Sail. Built in 1960 for the MGM studios movie 'Mutiny on the Bounty' starring Marlon Brando the ship was constructed from the original ships drawings and built the same way as the original Bounty was 200 years earlier. Operated by the HMS Bounty Organization LLC the organization is dedicated to keeping the ship sailing and using her as a vehicle for teaching the nearly…

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Vladimiro Nunes
The Pamir launched in 1905, and could reach a speed of 30 kilometers per hour. By 1957, she was outmoded by modern bulk carriers and could not operate at a profit. Her shipping consortium's inability to finance much-needed repairs or to recruit sufficient sail-trained officers caused severe difficulties for the firm. On 21 September 1957, she was caught in Hurricane Carrie and sank off the Azores, with only six survivors rescued after an extensive search. History Daily, Art History, Somewhere In Time, Tall Ships, Rare Photos, Eerie, Historical Photos, Sailing Ships, Photographer

The Pamir launched in 1905, and could reach a speed of 30 kilometers per hour. By 1957, she was outmoded by modern bulk carriers and could not operate at a profit. Her shipping consortium's inability to finance much-needed repairs or to recruit sufficient sail-trained officers caused severe difficulties for the firm. On 21 September 1957, she was caught in Hurricane Carrie and sank off the Azores, with only six survivors rescued after an extensive search.

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Andy Black

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