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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...

PT 109

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By: Stephen W. Henninger PT-109 was one of the hundreds of motor torpedo boats of the PT-103 class completed between 1942 and 1945 by Elco...

Baltimore Clipper

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

North Haven Dinghy

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By: George R. Bullitt Considered the oldest one-design class in the country, these dinghies were first raced in 1885 and continue to be raced today....

Alert

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

‘Ready, Aim, Fire’

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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...

Halifax

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

US Revenue Cutter

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By: Richard S. Glanville Revenue Cutter 1815; Baltimore Clipper hull form designed by William Doughty who was the raining naval architect shows a 6-gun vessel...

Coronet

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By Lloyd McCaffery American Schooner Yacht of 1885 Full-hull model built in 1987-88;  Glazed case with an oak burl wood veneer This gorgeous two masted...

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...

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...

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...

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,...

USS Chesapeake

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By: Philip S. Reed A powerful 38-gun heavy frigate designed by Joshua Humphreys as one of the original six frigates constructed for the United States...

America

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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...

Pilgrim

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By: Donald McNarry, FRSA PILGRIM American Merchant Brig of 1825 Waterline model built in 1983 | Scale: 16’ = 1” Glazed case with matching oak...

Algerine

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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...

Bonhomme Richard

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By: Alain Benoit Buit as the Duc de Duras in 1765, the former Indiaman of the French East India Companywas lent by Louis XVI to John...

La Salamandre

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By: Martin R. Harrop - Introduced into the French Navy in 1682 by Abraham Duquesne, the bomb ketch (galiote à bombes) was invented by Bernard...

Rattlesnake

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By: William E. Hitchcock Illustrious 20-gun Salem, Massachusetts privateer was constructed by maverick naval architect John Peck as a ‘miniature frigate’ at Plymouth between 1779...

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