Showing posts tagged Sailing

kafkasapartment:

Hawk, 22 July, 1891. 

(Reblogged from navalarchitecture)
nelsoncarpenter:

blastedheath:  Stanley Cursiter (Scottish, 1887-1976), The Regatta, 1913. Oil on canvas. National Galleries of Scotland.

nelsoncarpenter:

blastedheath:  Stanley Cursiter (Scottish, 1887-1976), The Regatta, 1913. Oil on canvas. National Galleries of Scotland.

(Reblogged from naval-gazing)

" Casino Royale "  …  Spirit 54 sailing yacht used in the 2006 James Bond film … photo © United Artists, Danjaq LLC, Columbia 

(Source: jamesbondlifestyle.com)

sartorialjohnnyboy:

The best view?

sartorialjohnnyboy:

The best view?

(Reblogged from shipsshipships)

" Gaff Cutter " 

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mid-centurylove:

1940s Vintage Children’s Book - Mammoth Book for Girls

(Source: etsy.com)

(Reblogged from monsieurboum2)

" Extreme Sailing " 

(Reblogged from h2ojoe)

" USS George H. W. Bush "  …  People train in sail boats in the waters of the Saronic Gulf, outside Piraeus port, near Athens, Greece, back dropped by the U.S. nuclear powered aircraft carrier USS George H.W. Bush, Wednesday, March 5, 2014. The 1,092 feet (333 meters) carrier which can carry 6,000 personnel, one of the world’s largest warships, will be deployed in the U.S. 6th Fleet’s area of responsibility. (AP Photo/Thanassis Stavrakis) 

(Source: blogs.pjstar.com)

snowce:

Gustave Doré, A Voyage to the Moon,1868

(Source: wasbella102)

(Reblogged from naval-gazing)

" The Floating White House — JFK "  …  The 62’ marconi-rigged yawl, “Manitou”, designed by Sparkman & Stephens and built in 1937, was utilized by President John F. Kennedy and still sails today [bottom photo]

For the “Manitou” story and many more photos:  http://www.classicboat.co.uk/articles/the-complete-story-of-john-f-kennedys-yacht-manitou/ 

" Sinbad the Sailor "  …  For Haviland China [1982] by Artist:   Liliane Tellier

(Source: replacements.com)

(Reblogged from shipsshipships)

stephanocardona:

Sailing from the Past by popibraga

(Reblogged from navalarchitecture)