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By: Marsom B. Pratt Sibbic Ratter, designed by Charles Sibbic 1894/96; LOA 27’6”, LWL 19’6”, Beam 6’4”, Draft 4’9”. Model type: Half Hull Scale: 3/4"...

By: William E. Hitchcock, Nader Taheri The largest 2-masted Gloucester fishing schooner, TATTLER, built in 1901 for D.B. Smith at the Arthur D. Story yard...

Syren

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By: William H. Eisele - The 18-gun brig Syren was designed by Benjamin Hutton, Jr. and built by Nathanial Hutton at Philadelphia. She was launched...

Syren

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By: Raymond Langdon Designed by Benjamin Hutton, Jr. and built by Nat'l Hutton at Philadelphia. The brig was launched in 1803, went into commission early...

Syren

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By: Bernd Braatz 18-gun brig designed by Benj. Hutton, Jr., built at Philadelphia, by Nath. Hutton c.1803; for service in the So. Atlantic and Caribbean...

Syren

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By: Henry Meyer This 18-gun US Navy brig with her crack crew proved formidable in South Atlantic and Caribbean service. Designed by Benjamin Hutton, Jr.;...

Sylvie

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By: Mark C. Wilkins New York Yacht Club centerboard schooner America's Cup contender of 1870, owned by E. Dodge LOA: 129'; Mast: 84'; 106.2 Tons....

Swiftsure

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By: Robert H. Mouat Diorama shows the 74-Gun First-Rate Ship-of-the-Line HMS Swiftsure (built1804) being towed away in 1846 to be broken up. She took place...

Swift

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By: Michael Costagliola SWIFT was a 10-gun, late Revolutionary War privateer brig, precursor of the famous Baltimore clipper. Built on the Chesapeake Bay ca.1778, she...

Swedish Merchant Brig

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By: William H. Eisele (1923 - 2000) This replica of the 82’ vessel shown with its minimal armament typical of small merchantman having six four...

Swampscott Dory

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By: Roy O. Jenkins Alpha Beachcomber, designed and buildt by Wm H. Chamberlain, Marblehead, MA 1910. LOA 20' 9"; LQL 16' 1"; Beam 4' 11"...

Sunbeam

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By: Richard S. Glanville This classic whaling bark was built at Mattapoisett, MA in 1856. Between May 1856 and August 1908 she made 15 whaling...

Stiletto

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By: Erik A.R. Ronnberg Jr. Launched in 1910 at Gloucester, STILETTO was a semi-knockabout designed by Thomas McManus. She engaged in every branch of the...

Star Class

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By: Pat Cummings - One of the earliest & largest one-design classes in the world, the Star was the only international one-design racing class. William...

St. Albans

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By: William H. Eisele British 4th-rate ship of 52 gun, built at Deptford, England in 1686 by John Shish. She was 128’ in length on...

Speedwell

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By: William H. Eisele - Beautiful ivory model depicts this well designed British 12-gun ketch, built at Chatham Dockyard and launched on October 21, 1752...

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...

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...

Sir Edward-Hawke

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By: William H. Eisele This 8-gun American-built schooner of 1767 was built to a "Marblehead" design, similar to the so-called "heeltapper." Solid cherry hull planked-over...

Shamrock V

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By: Scott Chambers - Sir Thomas Lipton’s J-Class, cutter yacht, America’s Cup challenger of 1930. Waterline lift hull construction, natural mahogany bottom, dk.green topsides, white...

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