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Challenge

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By: Richard S. Glanville 224’ clipper ship designed by William H. Webb of NY and launched in 1851. Considered one of the most graceful "China clippers",...

Chaperon

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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: William H. Eisele Chinese Junk - Luhu Rice Boat c. 1875 This rice boat junk is called after a town on the Tienshan Lake...

Chitagong

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By: Nader Taheri The Peabody Essex Museum’s Contemporary Art department and Maritime Art & History department commissioned the Gallery to construct a 1/16 = 1' scale...

By: Henry Meyer Famous British “Tea Clipper” built at Dumbarton, Scotland in 1869. Her career included shipping tea from China to England and transporting wood...

Endeavour

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by: Lloyd McCaffery British Expeditionary Bark of 1764; Full-hull model built in 2004; Glazed case with oak burl veneer This well-appointed and ingenious model with...

Flying Cloud

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By: Henry Meyer Extreme California clipper 1851, built by Donald McKay at East Boston. 229' LOA, 40'8" beam and 21'6" draft and 1,782 tons. Solid...

Flying Cloud

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By: Richard S. Glanville Donald McKay clipper ship built in Boston to out sail his FLYING CLOUD, launched in July, 1852. A large clipper she...

Flying Fish

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

Great Republic

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By: Donald McNarry FRSA American Clipper Ship of 1853 Glazed case of Indian satinwood The largest extreme clipper ever built, the 4,555-ton Great Republic was...

Hilda

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By: Peter Ward Bristol Channel Pilot Cutter, 1899. Waterline lift hull construction; black bottom, gold stripe, natural mahogany top; stained mahogany backboard with embellishments. Model...

Isaac Webb

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By: William E. Hitchcock The seventh packet ship from New York’s most famous builder, the William H. Webb ship yard was named in honor of...

Juliana

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By: William E. Hitchcock Built at Newbury in 1804 and sailed out of the port of Gloucester. She was 204 tons and first Captained by...

Leon

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By: William C. Nagle Norwegian brigantine of 302 tons built at Laurvig and carrying Porsgrund on her stern as her homeport. Her registered dimensions were:...

Lightning

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By: Donald McNarry, FRSA Inspired by the remarkable D.M. Little painting of 1854 showing the great clipper swung to the tide off Port Philip Head,...

Lodestar

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By: Artist Unknown A very rare and unusual British, Thames River tugboat design from the 1930's era. This important tug was one of the first...

Maisie

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By: Builder's Model - A fine antique builder's model a single screw general purpose cargo ship S.S. Maisie, built by Bartram & Sons, Sunderland for...

Newsboy

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By: Erik A.R. Ronnberg Jr. A successful and famous merchant clipper-bowed brigantine, NEWSBOY was designed by D. J. Lawler and built in 1854 by Brown’s...

Newsboy

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By: Donald McNarry, FSRA A very well documented American ‘triangular trade’ merchant clipper-bowed brigantine of 111’, she had the classic designs of larger clipper ships...

Nightingale

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By: Donald McNarry FRSA Named for the “Swedish Nightingale” Jenny Lind, is shown having just dropped her starboard anchor and is simultaneously sheeting home her...

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