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SAILING INTO SUNSET by PacificCove I must go down to the sea again, to the lonely sea and the sky. And all I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by. - John Masefield

SAILING INTO SUNSET by PacificCove I must go down to the sea again, to the lonely sea and the sky. And all I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by. - John Masefield

A Meadow in the Mountains Le Mas de Saint-Paul 1889 Vincent van Gogh

A Meadow in the Mountains Le Mas de Saint-Paul 1889 Vincent van Gogh

The Dutch Bark EUROPA ~ Love this ship! I follow her adventures on Facebook....

The Dutch Bark EUROPA ~ Love this ship! I follow her adventures on Facebook....

The Pamir was one of the last great windjammers. The four-masted barque was built in Hamburg and launched in July 1905 - On August 10, 1957 the Pamir left Buenos Aires for Hamburg with a crew of 86, including 52 merchant marine cadets. On September 21, 1957 she was caught in Hurricane Carrie before shortening sails. She was apparently unaware of the hurricane, being caught with open hatchways,only four crew members and two cadets were ever found. The rest of the crew perished near the…

The Pamir was one of the last great windjammers. The four-masted barque was built in Hamburg and launched in July 1905 - On August 10, 1957 the Pamir left Buenos Aires for Hamburg with a crew of 86, including 52 merchant marine cadets. On September 21, 1957 she was caught in Hurricane Carrie before shortening sails. She was apparently unaware of the hurricane, being caught with open hatchways,only four crew members and two cadets were ever found. The rest of the crew perished near the…

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