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USS Constitution turnaround, before she goes into an extensive yard period.  Happy 4th!

USS Constitution turnaround, before she goes into an extensive yard period.  Happy 4th!

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brassmanticore:

The four masted barque, ‘Herzogin Cecile’, in calm water. Taken from the ship boat. Depicted in full sail, port side. ca. 1928-1933
Alan Villiers

brassmanticore:

The four masted barque, ‘Herzogin Cecile’, in calm water. Taken from the ship boat. Depicted in full sail, port side. ca. 1928-1933

Alan Villiers

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leahsky4:

Tall Ships

Pride of Baltimore II and Kalmar Nyckel.

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foolforlesserthings:

Windjammerparade 2014
Impressions II
June 28, 2014

Kieler Woche.

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boatporn:

foresail:

Nobile's bowsprite after an encounter with a floating working platform.

At leas they got the keep the pieces after the… amputation.

Maybe she’ll save on pilotage fees now that she’s a bit shorter overall.

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retrobaltimore:

The Front Page: May 20, 1986
Click on the newspaper above to get a closer view of the front page.

I’m a few days late, but it’s still important to remember.

retrobaltimore:

The Front Page: May 20, 1986

Click on the newspaper above to get a closer view of the front page.

I’m a few days late, but it’s still important to remember.

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US Brig Niagara.

US Brig Niagara.

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everythingisahoax:

19th century whaling ship Charles W Morgan on the move for the first time since 1941.

Various pictures from Mystic Seaport’s Facebook page.

I was sad to have to turn down that job, but I am so excited for my friends who are aboard and for the Morgan to be sailing again!

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betsyandme:

Someday, I’d love to sail on a tall ship.

Best way to do it is to go do it.  Check out sailtraining.org.  I mean, I’m assuming you’re in the US because I think that’s Duluth and some US boats, so check it out.

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