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Photo of an unidentified destroyer of the British navy. This photo is reproduced with the permission of the Department of Historical Studies of the Argentina Navy Armada.

perhaps the finest Ocean Going Salvage Tug ever built The Mighty Wolraad Woltemade built at Leith, Scotland 1976

The Ocean Going Salvage Tug S. WOLRAAD WOLTEMADE was built at the Leith Shipyards of Robb Caledon (The amalgamated shipyards of Henry Robb Ltd and the Caledon Shipyard of Dundee) Scotland and launched in 1975

"Gorch Fock" in storm

"Gorch Fock" in sudden storm conditions, with all sails set.

P&O Canberra

P&O Canberra. In the early sixties this vessel was originally registered as a Royal mail ship

Glory days: SS United States was the winner of the Blue Riband for 1952 with a transatlantic crossing speed of 41 mph

Rusting SS United States undergoing massive renovation

Angelina Lauro

Angelina Lauro New Year's Cruise Dec Ports: St. Thomas, San Juan, Freeport Grand Bahama and Montego Bay, Jamaica. The ship later was destroyed by an electrical fire April 1979 while docked at Charlotte Amalie harbor in St.

PRINZESSIN VICTORIA LUISE  The world’s first purpose-built cruise ship  1900, 4419grt, 124.2m x 14.4m, twin-screw, 15 knots  Blohm & Voss, Hamburg (144) for Hapag  192 1st. and 161 3rd.class passengers  Unfortunately she had a short life, being wrecked at the entrance to Kingston, Jamaica on 16 December 1906.

PRINZESSIN VICTORIA LUISE The world’s first purpose-built cruise ship x twin-screw, 15 knots Blohm & Voss, Hamburg for Hapag 192 and 161 passengers Unfortunately she had a short life, being wrecked at the entrance to Kingston, Jamaica on 16 December

" Tugs " ….. Artist: W. J. Aylward … From: ‘SHIPS and How to Draw Them’, Published 1950 [Sailor Gil Collection]

" Tugs " ….. Artist: W. J. Aylward … From: ‘SHIPS and How to Draw Them’, Published 1950 [Sailor Gil Collection]

Amazon,, screw schooner, originally steam

Amazon,, screw schooner, originally steam

rms aquitania

Bow view of the 'Aquitania' before launch - National Maritime Museum

The american superliner #SS #UnitedStates

The american superliner

Chatham historic dockyard. X

Chatham historic dockyard. X

The Great Tea Race of 1866.  Fierce competition existed year round to be the vessel first back to London with the new shipment of tea from China; extra incentives were added in 1866, when heavy bets were made in England on the winner.

The Great Tea Race of Fierce competition existed year round to be the vessel first back to London with the new shipment of tea from China; extra incentives were added in when heavy bets were made in England on the winner.

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