||aim of the Association is to build a ship
along the lines and plans of the five-masted barque France II
which was built in Bordeaux in 1911
||brig a full-scale replica of the original
||Composite tea clipper built in
1867 by Robert Steele & Co., Greenock, to the design of William
Steele. Dimensions: 191'6"×32'9"×19'9" and tonnage: 985
83/94 tons OM, 799 tons.
||Built in 1947 in Ipswich Massachusetts by builder Fred Whitter, Lazy Jack sailed the waters between Man O’ War Key Bahamas, and Ipswich Massachusetts. A renowned charter boat in the 1950’s, Lazy Jack earned her way making a living for her master carrying various cargo which included passengers, arms, rum, and cigars.
Her lines are taken from the great Gloucester fishing schooner Ferdonia
||The Lady Daphne is a fine
example of a Thames sailing barge built oringinally for trading in the
shallow waters of the Thames and English coastal ports.
||Lady Maryland is a full size replica of a
||Replica of the 1798 Lady Neson
||Schooner Lady Stirling, a 2004 80ft
gaff rigged topsail schooner, built by Dan Hallock, at the New Suffolk
Shipyard, New Suffolk, New York. The ships design is by Charles
Whittholz, and is the new sister ship of the Schooner Liberty
||Schooner wrecked off Leland,
Michigan in 1857. Thought to be known as the 'apple barge', it was
rediscovered in 1979 during a December gale
||A replica of a 1767 Colonial Schooner, the
Larinda was built by Mr. Mahan and his wife, Linda, of Marston Mills
over a 25-year period. The schooner Larinda sank in Halifax Harbor during hurricane Juan.
She has been re-floated. She was was sold at auction because of the
in Holland in 1922 as a private yacht for French Royalty and is one of
the world's very last luxury adventure ships. She is a superb example of
European craftsmanship, has featured in many movies and has logged more
than 500,000 miles around the world.
||Composite tea clipper built in
1867 by J.G. Lawrie, Glasgow, to the design of Bernard Waymouth.
Dimensions: 215'5"×35'2"×20'7" and tonnage: 848 tons.
||three masted Barquentine training
ship Launched: August, 1986
||Built in 1893 at Essex, Massachusetts, the
Lettie G. Howard is a type of fishing schooner once widely used
along the Atlantic seaboard from Maine to Texas. The Lettie,
which operated out of Gloucester, Massachusetts for her first eight
||British frigate one of the vessels which
comprised the squadron which captured the Prince of Neufchatel
||Ketch Sinking Nov 1996 ???
|During the American Revolution,
the British nearly destroyed the New England fishing fleet. Since
capital was lacking to build replacement schooners, a low-cost, quickly
built vessel was needed. A little two-masted boat, then popular for the
inshore fishery, seemed to fit the bill. Because it was developed in
Essex which was then a parish of Ipswich called "Chebacco",
the vessel was known as a "Chebacco Boat" if pink sterned
(pointed) and "Chebacco Dogbody" if square sterned (the origin
of the term "Dogbody" is not known).
||Launched into Christmas Cove, Maine, on
April 28, 1871, the Lewis R. French is the sole survivor of the
thousands of coasting schooners built in Maine during the 19th century.
||Full-rigged ship Launched:1953 is known
among tall ships sailing today asone of the fastest. Gross Tonnage:3,675
||Liberte is a replica of a 1700’s
“Pinky” Schooner. The “pinky” is the very pointy appendage in
the stern. These wonderful lines made the wood very stiff and solid and
allowed the sailors of old to go before the wind with power and
confidence, even in the angry waves of a true Nor’easter. Used for
coastal cargo and fishing, they were handled by a crew of two and their
simplicity made them very popular in New England waters.
||a replica of early 1800's schooners used
by New England fishermen and as cargo carrying vessels.
||A replica of 19 century Baltimore Clipper
|| The Linden is a combination of old time shipping
tradition and modern requirements for comfort and safety. LINDEN WAS
BUILT IN MARIEHAMN, ÅLAND, FINLAND between 1991 and 1993, based on the
original Linden fore-and aft schooner, which dated back to 1920. Before
she was christened by her godmother Lill Lindfors, construction work had
consumed among other things 1,000 pine trees, 50,000 ship nails, 1,000
litres of tar, 50,000 kg ballast and 40,000 man hours.
||1854-1869 An extreme clipper ship built in
1854 by Donald McKay, log (of 24 hours) 436 nautical miles, a trifle
over 18 knots an hour. LIGHTNING AND RED JACKET SAILING SHIPS
||The Little Jennie is one of the oldest
surviving examples of a Chesapeake Bay Bugeye. Built in 1884 for
oystering and freighting, the Little Jennie is now listed on the
National Register of Historic Places. She is on display at the historic
pier in Bar Harbor, Maine.The Little Jennie was originally designed and
built by J. T. Marsh in Solomons, Maryland in 1884.
||The three masted schooner launched
Manitowoc, WI, 30 Mar 1876 measured 250 gross tons. , Lossed April 1894
||Three masted Barque The Lord Nelson is the
only tall ship of her kind in the world which offers integrated voyages
for mixed crews of able-bodied and disabled people.
||Brigantine built in Montreal
launched in 1984 originally named J.I.Tarte
||bald headed gaff rigged auxiliary schooner
built in 1917
||The is a full size
replica of an 1862-class Canal two historic shipwrecks located within
1/2 of a mile of the construction site. The schooner will be named in
honor of Lois McClure , who along with her husband Mac, has
been a major contributor to this and many other worthy community
projects in the greater Burlington area.
danish Schoner sailing in Denmark, built in 1904 and still going strong
||3 masted schooner built in 1873 sank
on Nov. , 1886, It was wrecked in 17 feet of water off the beach of Long
||Centerboard Schooner chartering out of
Onekama Mi And Bever Island Capt James Major 616
Salle's Ships (what were they Like)
||La Salle initially set out for Texas with
four ships, including the 30-gun frigate Le Joly and the 6-gun vessel l'
||Lynx is an interpretation of an
actual privateer named Lynx built by Thomas Kemp in 1812 in
Fell's Point, Maryland. She was among the first ships to defend American
freedom by evading the British naval fleet then blockading American
ports and serving in the important privateering efforts.