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" Details — NRP Sagres "  …  Photographer:  Lee Peterson [2010]

" Details — NRP Sagres "  …  Photographer:  Lee Peterson [2010]

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thegildedcentury:

Life, August 16, 1948

Although the scene on the opposite page looks as if it might be a Hollywood-conceived finale of Gilbert and Sullivan’s H.M.S. Pinafore, it is actually the traditional leave-taking of the Portuguese training ship Sagres from New York City.  As the three-masted sailing vessel backed away from the pier, the most sure-footed of the 300 agile midshipmen clambered up on the spars and bowspit to wave goodby [sic] to America.  Their neat balancing act demonstrates that the Portuguese have lost none of the art of seamanship since the days of Vasco da Gama.

(Reblogged from navalarchitecture)

dat77:

Star of India

Berth at Port of San Diego

(Reblogged from navalarchitecture)
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" Gloria at Night "  …  Photo by:  Daniel Ridge Photography (c) 2013 on Flickr

(Source: Flickr / daniel_ridge_photography)

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eastendsailor:

shipsshipships:

the Bark Europa on her voyage around the world….

What I would give to be able to put up that much canvas on a light air day.

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" Sorlandet "  …  Location / Photographer Not Identified

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" Sorlandet "  …  Off Wexford, Ireland by Photographer: kgisland

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" Prince William "  …  Sail Training Ship, UK

" Prince William "  …  Sail Training Ship, UK

(Source: navalarchitecture)

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sergeyalifanov:

Christian Radich Tall-Ship

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