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Young America

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By: William E. Hitchcock The Young America, the next to last of the extreme clippers to be built by the famous William H. Webb, was...

By: George R. Bullitt Whether known as Rail-Bird boats, rail gunning skiffs, reed bird skiffs, push skiffs or pole skiffs, Howard Chapelle has called these...

By: Erik Ronnberg Sr. The double-ended hull design or ‘pinked stern’ made this weatherly and sea-worthy schooner a successful Mackerel fisheries design from the 1720’s...

Xarifa

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By: Michael Costagliola "Baltimore clipper" schooner, c 1821, US privateer of 10 guns probably built in Philadelphia. This type ship were the models for later...

by: Lloyd McCaffery Chesapeake Bay Skipjack of 1899; Full-hull model built in 1987;  Glazed case of English ash burl veneer This well-balanced and straight forward...

Whitehall

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By: Roy O. Jenkins Boston Shipchanlers Whitehall c 1876; loa: 16'2", beam 4'2" Model type: Half Hull Scale: 1" = 1' Size: 20" x 6"...

Wellfleet

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By: Bob Weaver Three masted, Maine coasting schooner designed by JJ Wardwell and built by Cobb, Butler & Co of Rockland ME in 1900. She...

Watch Hill 15

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By: George R. Bullitt Only a few months before the Herreshoff Mfg. Co. would be offered for sale at public auction they built eleven boats,...

Wasp

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By: WAR of 1812, William H. Eisele With the ineffectiveness of the U.S. Navy’s gunboat class, Congress authorized the construction of two new 16-18 gun...

Wasp

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By:  Raymond Langdon (1926 - 2002) Built at the Washington Navy Yard in 1807, designed by Josiah Fox as a fast man-of-war and at 117',...

Washington

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By: Bernd Braatz: This model depicts one of the original Revenue Cutters commissioned for the U.S. Navy in Baltimore, circa 1837. She was first built...

Volante

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By: Michael Costagliola An American merchant brig designed and built by Wm Webb at New York, 1853. She served the “Triangular Trade” from New York/Boston...

By: William E. Hitchcock 10-Gun American Privateer c. 1812 Baltimore clipper, c. 1812, sailed as a privateer under government commission. Highly successful both in speed...

Viola

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By: William E. Hitchcock The Viola was built in 1910 by the Arthur D. Story Shipyard at Essex, Massachusetts. Her length was 125', beam 26.1',...

By: Erford W. Burt Designed for the Martha's Vineyard Shipbuilding Company by Erford W. Burt in 1933, as a racing sloop that snapped through a...

By: Wilford H. Hooper - Successful America’s Cup defender of 1893 defeated the British Challenger Valkyrie II. Vigilant was a centerboard sloop owned by C....

Victory, HMS

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By: Alain Benoit - Lord Horatio Nelson’s Flagship from the famous battle at Trafalgar, 1805. First Rate ship of 100 guns, built at Chatham Dockyard,...

Victory

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By: Donald McNarry FRSA In October 2005 the 200 th anniversary of the Battle of Trafalgar will be celebrated by six days of celebrations in...

Victory

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By: WAR of 1812, Everett Kent Lord Horatio Nelson’s flagship contemporaneous to the famous Battle at Trafalgar, 1805. A First-rate ship of 102 guns, Victory...

Ventura

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By: Justin Camarata New York 50, Ventura (later Istalena), bought by GF Baker, Jr. of NY City. The NY 50 sloops (LOA 72'0", LWL 50'0",...

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