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Charles W. Morgan

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

Friendship Sloop

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By: Jim Shoesmith Wilbur Morse design c 1890. Depicts a Muscongus Bay sloop the type built in Maine for coastal fisheries and lobstering. These deep...

Hannah

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By: Erik A.R. Ronnberg Jr. This wonderful and comprehensive model depicts the 78-ton "Marblehead" schooner, Hannah, probably originally owned by Colonel John Lee of Manchester,...

Kate Cory

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By: Henry Meyer American whaling brigantine, built at Westport, Mass in 1856 for Alexander H. Cory. She was the last large vessel to be built...

Columbia

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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...

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

New Bedford Whaleboat

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By: Winthrop Pratt Jr. This New England whaleboat design is an effort to replicate the work of New Bedford shipwright Charles Beetle circa his 1850...

By: Colin Gray New Bedford whaleboat design of 1870s. The term “whaleboat” properly describes boats used for hunting whales, although it has also been applied...

Sloop Boat

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By: Erik A.R. Ronnberg Sr., (1909 - 1989) Cape Ann shipbuilders developed these ‘sloop boats’ during the late 19th century, which were fast, seaworthy and...

Willie Bennett

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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...

Gertrude L. Thebaud

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By: Scott Chambers Gloucester Fishing Schooner designed by Frank Paine, and built in1929. Waterline lift hull construction of basswood and mahogany. Natural finish mahogany bottom...

Lobster Boat

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By: William E. Hitchcock Waterline diorama shows a typical “Downeast” lobsterboat of Wells, Maine plying her trade near a characteristic bell buoy maker. The 36’...

Elsie

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By: Donald McNarry, FRSA This full motion scene shows off this successful Gloucester fishing schooner designed by Thomas F. McManus, and built by Arthur D....

Elsie

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By: Erik Ronnberg Sr. A 124’ Gloucester fishing schooner designed by Thomas McManus and built by A.D. Story in 1910 for the Atlantic Maritime Company...

By: Inventory Currently AVAILABLE, Colin Gray MBE New Bedford whaleboat design of 1870s. The term “whaleboat” properly describes boats used for hunting whales, although it...

Pilot Schooner

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By: Bobb Tomsett The Chesapeake Bay pilot boat schooner, designed to meet local needs in about 1730, gradually developed into a national and international type...

Onato

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By: William E. Hitchcock The large, round-bowed fishing schooner ONATO was built in 1904 by Oxner and Story at Essex, Massachusetts to a Thomas McManus...

LA Dunton

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By: Raymond Langdon Designed by Thomas McManus and built by A. D. Story at Essex, MA in 1921, the famous Gloucester sailing-fishing schooner was used...

Smuggler

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By: Erik Ronnberg Sr. (1909 - 1989) This fine ‘extreme clipper’ schooner was built by Daniel Poland, Jr. and Charles Woodbury at Gloucester c.1877 for...

Peterhead Whaleboat

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By: Colin Gray - The Scottish Peterhead Whaleboat was an early British style whaleboat, which was used for hunting Bowhead whales as opposed to the...

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