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Privateer Schooner Replica, "Lynx" Built Rockport, Maine

Privateer Schooner Replica, "Lynx" Built Rockport, Maine

Privateer schooner "Lynx" with a fresh breeze. Replica of a vessel from War of 1812.

Privateer schooner "Lynx" with a fresh breeze. Replica of a vessel from War of 1812.

Kronprinzessin Cecilie's main dining room. She was the last of the Kaiser Class ocean liners, the last 4 stack ship Germany built, and had the largest steam reciprocating machinery every fitted into a ship. You can see the room is a little more refined, and "simple" compared to the Kronprinz Wilhelm.

Kronprinzessin Cecilie's main dining room. She was the last of the Kaiser Class ocean liners, the last 4 stack ship Germany built, and had the largest steam reciprocating machinery every fitted into a ship. You can see the room is a little more refined, and "simple" compared to the Kronprinz Wilhelm.

Vintage travel poster - Boston & Maine Railroad - Travel The Boat Train / Eastern Steamship Lines Inc.

Vintage travel poster - Boston & Maine Railroad - Travel The Boat Train / Eastern Steamship Lines Inc.

HMS Devastation (1871) HMS Devastation was the first of two Devastation-class mastless turret ships built for the British Royal Navy. This was the first class of ocean-going capital ship that did not carry sails, and the first whose entire main armament was mounted on top of the hull rather than inside it. For their first fifteen years, they were the most powerful warships in the world.

HMS Devastation (1871) HMS Devastation was the first of two Devastation-class mastless turret ships built for the British Royal Navy. This was the first class of ocean-going capital ship that did not carry sails, and the first whose entire main armament was mounted on top of the hull rather than inside it. For their first fifteen years, they were the most powerful warships in the world.

SCOTTISH MAID. Her main feature was a fine sharp bow (known as an Aberdeen) and a large sail area. Build the clipper Scottish Maid. Built in 1839 by Alexander Hall and Company to compete with the advent of steamships that threatened to leave obsolete sailing. Its thin and sharp bow and the large surface of the sails will allow rapid navigation even with heavy loads.

SCOTTISH MAID. Her main feature was a fine sharp bow (known as an Aberdeen) and a large sail area. Build the clipper Scottish Maid. Built in 1839 by Alexander Hall and Company to compete with the advent of steamships that threatened to leave obsolete sailing. Its thin and sharp bow and the large surface of the sails will allow rapid navigation even with heavy loads.

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