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"Homebound to the Market" By: William E. Hitchcock, Nader Taheri - A small 22’ Friendship sloop design or late 19th century New England small craft,...

By: William E. Hitchcock - U.S. One-gun Revenue cutter of 80 tons, c.1815. Automated center pivot gun swivels and recoils, via manual levers attached to...

By: Michael Costagliola - One of two sloops of 16 carriage guns commissioned by the Royal Navy Admiralty Board. 6th rate sloop was built by ...

By: Raymond Langdon - An American 16-gun privateer Baltimore Clipper designed vessel of about 92’ was built at Baltimore circa 1801. It was later taken...

By: Scott Chambers - Famous schooner yacht which was built in New York in 1851. Being the first American yacht to sail to England and...

By:  Erik A.R. Ronnberg Jr. - This most elegant model depicts all the innovated mid-19th century characteristics and hallmarks of this most famous yacht in...

By: Roy O. Jenkins - Three-masted 185' schooner yacht, built 1903 at Shooter's Island, NY. In 1905 she set a record as a pleasure vessel...

By: Richard S. Glanville - Baltimore clipper, c. 1812, sailed as a privateer under government commission. Highly successful both in speed and seaworthiness, she was...

By: William H. Eisele - A fine 18th century British 10-gun naval brig originally built at Deptford Dockyard, 1752.  Constructed on the plank-on built-up frame...

By: Kenneth Britten - The famous armored cruiser Brooklyn was launched on February 10, 1895 at the yards of William A. Cramp & Sons, Ship...

By: Nader Taheri - This beautiful and meticulously crafted scale car model was a feat to engineer and assemble. With the many removable components, one...

By: Edward Decker - This U.S. stern paddle wheeler was one of the last riverboats in operation on the Western Rivers, used for commercial, tourist...

By: Ken Thomsen - American bark-rigged whaler. Built by J. & Z. Hillman at New Bedford in 1841, at 113’ in length, 351 tons. Survives...

By: Erik A.R. Ronnberg Jr. - Built as a fisherman, but was intended to be a contender for the Dennis Trophy.  Designed by W. Sterling...

By: Erik A.R. Ronnberg Jr.  (1944 - ) Auxiliary powered Gloucester fishing schooner designed and built by Arthur D. Story, Essex, MA, 1927 for Capt....

By:  M. Clayton Osterling This model represents an American merchant topsail schooner developed along the Baltimore Clipper design, and is believed to have been built...

By: Raymond Langdon - Extreme clipper of 1851 , built by Donald McKay at East Boston. She made seven Cape Horn runs to San Francisco...

By: Stephen W. Henninger - 60’ Little Harbor Sloop. The model depicts all the general features of her deck, deck gear and hull lines; and...

By: Bobb Tomsett - This charming model depicts a cruising schooner of 38’ 8” in overall length. It was built for W. O’Sullivan Dimfel of...

By: William H. Eisele - Halifax was believed to be built in the American Colonies and was purchased by the British in 1768 and altered...

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