Aagtekerke (ship) The Aagtekerke was a ship owned by the Dutch East India Company which was lost without trace in 1726.
Actaeon (ship) Actaeon was a ship that was wrecked without loss of life on 28 October 1822 in the D'Entrecasteaux Channel in Bass Strait, between Tasmania and mainland Australia.
Active (ship) The Active was a ship that disappeared in the Tasman Sea in 1810.
Adventure (schooner) The 1926 schooner Adventure is one of the last of the famous Grand Banks fishing schooners of Gloucester, Massachusetts.
af Chapman (ship) The af Chapman, formerly the Dunboyne (1888–1915) and the G.D. Kennedy (−1923), is a full-rigged steel ship moored on the western shore of the islet Skeppsholmen in cent...
Akarana Akarana is a racing yacht which was built in Auckland, New Zealand in 1888 by Robert Logan (Senior) to represent that country in the Australian Centennial Regatta held on Hobson's Bay, Victoria.
Alabama (schooner) Alabama is a Gloucester fishing schooner that was built in 1926 and served as the pilot boat for Mobile, Alabama.
Albatross (1920 schooner) Albatross, originally named Albatros, later Alk, was a sailing ship that became famous when she sank in 1961 with a group of American teenagers on board.
Ann Alexander (ship) The Ann Alexander was a whaling ship from New Bedford, Massachusetts, notable for being rammed by a wounded sperm whale in the South Pacific on August 20, 1851, some 30 years after the famou...
Anna (ship) Anna was a merchant vessel originally employed as a collier taking coal from Yorkshire to London.
Annie (sloop) Annie is a Sandbagger sloop located at Mystic Seaport in Mystic, Connecticut, United States.
Antelope of Boston Antelope was a medium clipper built in 1851 near Boston, in Medford, MA. She sailed in the San Francisco, China, and Far East trades.
Appledore II (schooner) Appledore II is a traditional two-masted wooden schooner, currently privately owned and operated out of Camden, Maine and Key West, Florida.
Berar (ship) The Berar, named after a region in western India, was a sailing ship of 902 tons, owned by Tyser & Haviside and was built in 1863 by William Pile at Sunderland.
Berrimilla Berrimilla II is a yacht, most famous for being the 77th vessel to transit the North West Passage since Amundsen’s Gjoa in 1903-6 and her transit was the 114th (some vessels have done more t...
Columbia (1958 yacht) Columbia (US-16) was the successful defender of the 1958 America's Cup for the New York Yacht Club.
Comet (clipper) The Comet was an 1851 California clipper built by William H. Webb which also sailed in the Australia trade and the tea trade.
Concordia (ship) Concordia was a steel-hulled barquentine that was built in Poland in 1992 for the West Island College, Montreal, Canada.
Condor (yacht) Condor is a maxi sailing yacht designed for racing and built in 1981 at Penryn Ship Yard, UK. She was registered in Hamilton, Bermuda during her 7 year ocean racing campaign and her sail num...
Condor of Bermuda Condor of Bermuda was a maxi yacht campaigning under the leadership and funding of London based international businessman Bob Bell.
Cremorne (clipper) Cremorne was a clipper ship of Sutton and Co.'s Dispatch Line and Coleman's California Line.
Cutty Sark The Cutty Sark is a British clipper ship.
Cythera (yacht) Cythera, a steel ketch, designed and built single-handedly by Peter A. Fenton, was the first subject of modern day piracy, in Australian history, setting legal precedent to laws in effect f...
Daedalus (yacht) Daedalus is a maxi-trimaran, that participated in numerous open-ocean races under various owners and names.
Dame Pattie Dame Pattie is an International 12-metre class racing yacht built for the America's Cup challenge series in 1967.
Danube (ship) The Danube, a 1,459 ton sailing ship named after the second longest river in Europe, was built in 1890 for the Nourse Line.
Daphne (brig) Daphne was a brig that was wrecked without loss of life on 26 October 1818 in the Kent Group in Bass Strait.
Dar Młodzieży Dar Młodzieży is a Polish sail training ship designed by Zygmunt Choreń.
Dar Pomorza The Dar Pomorza is a Polish sailing frigate built in 1909 which is preserved in Gdynia as a museum ship.
Denis Sullivan (schooner) The S/V Denis Sullivan is a replica three-masted, wooden, gaff rigged schooner from Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Deseado Deseado (Spanish for "wished" or "wished for") is a 10 m sloop rigged yacht that survived about a month in the Southern Ocean and Bass Strait after being abandoned in stormy seas off Tasmani...
Diosa del Mar The Diosa del Mar (Spanish: Goddess of the Sea) was a wooden schooner that sank off of the coast of Catalina Island at 2:25 pm on July 30, 1990.
Doha 2006 (yacht) Doha 2006 is a maxi-catamaran, that participated in many offshore races.
Edwin (ship) The Edwin was a ship that was wrecked near Cape Hawke, New South Wales, Australia in late June 1816.
Effie M. Morrissey Effie M. Morrissey (now Ernestina) was a schooner skippered by Robert Bartlett that made many scientific expeditions to the Arctic, sponsored by American museums, the Explorers Clu...
Elbe (ship) The Elbe, was a 1,693 ton, three-masted, iron sailing ship with a length of 257 feet, breadth of 38.2 feet and depth of 23.1 feet.
Eleanor (sloop) The Eleanor is a historic gaff rigged racing sloop built in 1903 at the B. F. Wood shipyard, City Island, Bronx and designed by Clinton H. Crane.
Elf (yacht) Elf is a racing yacht built in 1888 by George Lawley & Son of South Boston, Massachusetts, for William H. Wilkinson.
Eliza (1808) The Eliza was an American brig wrecked in Fiji in 1808.
Elizabeth (East Indiaman) The Elizabeth was a 650-ton cargo ship chartered by private merchants to sail to Madras and Bengal with a cargo of metals, beer glass and trade goods as well as a substantial number of passe...
Elizabeth Henrietta The Elizabeth Henrietta was a ship that capsized on the Hunter River, Australia in 1816 with the loss of two lives.
Elizabeth Henrietta (1816) The Elizabeth Henrietta was a ship that capsized on the Hunter River, Australia in 1816 with the loss of two lives.
Elligood Elligood was a ship of 327 tons and was constructed in New Brunswick in 1793.
Emma C. Berry (sloop) Emma C. Berry is a fishing sloop located at Mystic Seaport in Mystic, Connecticut, United States, and one of the oldest surviving commercial vessels in America.
Ems (ship) The Ems was a 1,829 ton, iron sailing ship with a length of breadth of and depth of.
Endeavour (yacht) Endeavour is a J-class yacht built for the 1934 America's Cup by Camper and Nicholson in Gosport, Portsmouth Harbour, England.
Endurance (1912 ship) Endurance was the three-masted barquentine in which Sir Ernest Shackleton sailed for the Antarctic on the 1914 Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition.
Eos (yacht) The Eos is a three-masted Bermuda rigged schooner.
Erne (ship) The Erne, was a 1,692 ton, iron sailing ship with a length of breadth of and depth of.
Esmeralda (BE-43) Esmeralda (BE-43) is a steel-hulled four-masted barquentine tall ship of the Chilean Navy, currently the second tallest and longest sailing ship in the world.
Estramina The Estramina, originally called Extremeña, a two-masted schooner of 102 tons, was built at Guayaquil, in the Spanish Viceroyalty of Peru, now in modern day Ecuador, and launched on 13 O...
Europa (ship) The Europa is a steel-hulled barque from in the Netherlands.
Evelina M. Goulart (schooner) The Evelina M. Goulart is an 83-foot (25.2-meter) fishing schooner built by Arthur D. Story in the Story Shipyard (now the Essex Historical Society and Shipbuilding Museum) in 1927.
Excalibur (racing yacht) Excalibur was a racing yacht based in Melbourne, Victoria, at the Royal Melbourne Yacht Squadron and owned by Alan Saunders.
Exeter (1792) Exeter was a three-decker East Indiaman built by Wells and launched in 1792.
Falls of Clyde (ship) Falls of Clyde is the last surviving iron-hulled, four-masted full-rigged ship, and the only remaining sail-driven oil tanker.
Felicity Ann Felicity Ann is the wooden sloop sailed in 1952-1953 by Ann Davison in the first singlehanded transatlantic crossing by a woman.
Fiery Cross (clipper) Fiery Cross was a famous British Tea Clipper which sailed in the Great Tea Race of 1866.
Flying Cloud (clipper) The Flying Cloud was a clipper ship that set the world's sailing record for the fastest passage between New York and San Francisco, 89 days 8 hours.
Flying P-Liner The Flying P-Liners were the sailing ships of the German shipping company F. Laeisz of Hamburg.
George A. Marsh The George A. Marsh was a three-masted schooner built in Michigan in 1882 as a lumber carrier.
Geronimo (yacht) Geronimo is a French trimaran designed to break great offshore records.
Gipsy Moth IV Gipsy Moth IV is a ketch that Sir Francis Chichester commissioned specifically to sail single-handed around the globe, racing against the times set by the clipper ships of the 19th century.
Gorch Fock (1933) The Gorch Fock I (ex Tovarishch, ex Gorch Fock) is a German three-mast barque, the first of a series built as school ships for the German Reichsmarine in 1933.
Gorch Fock (1958) The Gorch Fock is a tall ship of the German Navy (Deutsche Marine).
Governor Ames The Governor Ames was the first five-masted schooner.
Governor Hunter (ship) The Governor Hunter was a 35 tons schooner built by Isaac Nichols, Sydney and launched 17 January 1805.
Governor King (ship) The Governor King was a 38 ton schooner built in 1803 by James Underwood, Sydney, Australia and was wrecked in April 1806.
Governor Parr Governor Parr is a four masted schooner built in Parrsboro, Nova Scotia in 1918.
Grace (ship) The Grace was a ship that was totally destroyed by fire in 1822.
Grace Dieu (ship) Grace Dieu was launched in 1418 as the flagship of Henry V of England and was one of the largest ships of her time.
Great Britain II Great Britain II is a yacht launched by Princess Anne on 21 May 1973 named after the built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel which was the world's first "iron clad" steam ship and whose salvage from t...
Great Republic Launched on October 4, 1853 the Great Republic is noteworthy as the largest wooden clipper ship ever constructed.
Gretel II Gretel II is an Australian International 12-metre class racing yacht built for the America's Cup challenge series in 1970.
Griffin (ship) Griffin was the name of a 17th-century ship known to have sailed between England and English settlements in Massachusetts.
Groupama 3 Groupama 3 is an sailing trimaran designed for transoceanic record-setting.
Hereford (ship) The Hereford was a 1456 ton iron sailing ship with two decks and one cemented bulkhead which was built in 1869 by J. Elder & Company at Glasgow for the Merchant Shipping Company of London.
HM Bark Endeavour Replica HM Bark Endeavour Replica is a replica of the bark commanded by Lieutenant James Cook when he charted New Zealand and discovered the eastern coast of Australia.
HMCS Venture HMCS Venture was a Three Masted Schooner built for the Royal Canadian Navy as a training ship in 1937.
HMS Beagle HMS Beagle was a Cherokee-class 10-gun brig-sloop of the Royal Navy.
HMS Bounty HMS Bounty, also known as HM Armed Vessel Bounty, was a small merchant vessel purchased by the Royal Navy for a botanical mission.
HMS Briton (1812) HMS Briton was a 38-gun fifth-rate frigate of the British Royal Navy's Leda class.
HMS Endeavour HMS Endeavour, also known as HM Bark Endeavour, was a British Royal Navy research vessel that Lieutenant James Cook commanded on his first voyage of discovery, to Australia and New...
HMS Integrity The Integrity was a cutter of 56 tons that disappeared on its way to Chile in 1805.
HMS Mohawk (1759) HMS Mohawk was a snow that participated in the Battle of the Thousand Islands, during the French and Indian War.
HMS Najaden (1897) HMS Najaden is a Swedish Navy training ship launched in 1897, now preserved as a museum ship in Halmstad and moored on the River Nissan by Halmstad Castle.
HMS Resolution (1771) HMS Resolution was a sloop of the Royal Navy, a converted merchant collier purchased by the Navy and adapted, in which Captain James Cook made his second and third voyages of exploration in ...
HMS Royal George (1788) HMS Royal George was a 100-gun first rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, launched from Chatham Dockyard on 16 September 1788.
HMS Sultana HMS Sultana was a small Royal Navy schooner that patrolled the American coast from 1768 through 1772, preventing smuggling and collecting duties.
HMS Sultana (1768) HMS Sultana was a small Royal Navy schooner that patrolled the American coast from 1768 through 1772, preventing smuggling and collecting duties.
HMS Surprise (replica ship) HMS Surprise is a modern tall ship, built at Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada as Rose in 1970 to a Phil Bolger design based on the original 18th-century British Admiralty drawings.
HMS Victory HMS Victory is a 104-gun first-rate ship of the line of the Royal Navy, laid down in 1759 and launched in 1765.
Hokulea Hōkūlea is a performance-accurate full-scale replica of a waa kaulua, a Polynesian double-hulled voyaging canoe.
Hope (1817 ship) The Hope was a small ship of 16 tons owned by Solomon Wiseman which was wrecked at Port Stephens, New South Wales, Australia in 1817.
Hope Haynes The Hope Haynes was a ship notable for causing a massive fire and gas explosion in Bridgeport, Connecticut in 1905.
Hornet (clipper) Hornet was an 1851 extreme clipper in the San Francisco trade, famous for its race with Flying Cloud.
Hougoumont (ship) Hougoumont was the last convict ship to transport convicts to Australia.
Houqua (clipper) The Houqua was an early clipper ship with an innovative hull design, built for A.A. Low & Brother in 1844.
Howrah (ship) The Howrah was an iron hulled sailing ship of 1,098 tons, built at Sunderland in 1864 by Pile, Spence and Company.
HSwMS Najaden (1897) HSwMS Najaden is a Swedish Navy training ship launched in 1897, now preserved as a museum ship in Halmstad and moored on the river Nissan by Halmstad Castle.
Hudson River Sloop Clearwater The Hudson River Sloop Clearwater, Inc. is an organization based in Beacon, New York that seeks to protect the Hudson River and surrounding wetlands and waterways through advocacy and public edu...
Hyperion (yacht) Hyperion is the name of a sailing yacht built by the Royal Huisman Shipyard BV in Holland in 1998 and designed by German Frers.
Il Moro di Venezia Il Moro di Venezia was the name for five International America's Cup Class boats built for the 1992 Italian team, Il Moro Challenge, headed by industrialist Raul Gardini.
Inconstant (ship) Inconstant was a wooden full-rigged sailing ship built in 1848 at Cape Breton, Nova Scotia which later became known as "Plimmer's Ark" and played an important role in the development of Well...
INS Sudarshini INS Sudarshini is a sail training ship built by Goa Shipyard Limited for the Indian Navy.
INS Sudarshini (A77) INS Sudarshini is a sail training ship built by Goa Shipyard Limited for the Indian Navy.
INS Tarangini INS Tarangini is a tall ship of the Indian Navy, commissioned in 1997 as a sail training ship for naval cadets.
INS Tarangini (A75) INS Tarangini is a tall ship of the Indian Navy, commissioned in 1997 as a sail training ship for naval cadets.
INSV Mhadei INSV Mhadei is the sail training boat of Indian Navy.
Integrity (ship) The Integrity was a cutter of 56 tons that disappeared on its way to Chile in 1805.
Intrepid (yacht) Intrepid is a 12-metre class yacht which won the America's Cup in 1967 and again in 1970.
Investec LOYAL Investec LOYAL is a racing supermaxi yacht, with a length of 100 feet.
Investec Loyal Investec LOYAL is a racing supermaxi yacht, with a length of 100 feet.
Irene (ketch) Irene is a 100-foot ketch built in Bridgwater in 1907, the last ship built in the docks and the only ketch built in the West Country still sailing.
Irving Johnson (ship) The twin brigantines Irving Johnson and Exy Johnson are the flagships of the Los Angeles Maritime Institute's (LAMI) TopSail Youth Program, a non-profit organization created as a chara...
Isabella (ship) The Isabella was a ship that disappeared off the coast of Australia in 1824.
Islander (yawl) The Islander was the 34-foot yawl with which Harry Pidgeon sailed around the world single-handedly from 1921 to 1925.
Istria (yacht) Istria was a 15-metre class racing yacht designed by Charles Ernest Nicholson and built at the Camper & Nicholsons yard in Gosport, Hampshire, in 1912.
James (ship) The ship James made several trips during the early 17th century Great Migration out of England to the New World.
James Baines (clipper) The James Baines was a passenger clipper ship completely constructed of timber in the 1850s and launched on 25 July 1854 from the East Boston shipyard of the famous ship builder Donald McKay...
James Craig (barque) The James Craig is a three-masted, iron-hulled barque restored and sailed by the Sydney Heritage Fleet.
Jane (ship) Jane was a ship that disappeared without a trace near Cape Hawke, New South Wales, Australia.
Jeanie Johnston Jeanie Johnston is a replica of a three masted barque that was originally built in Quebec, Canada, in 1847 by the Scottish-born shipbuilder John Munn.
Jester (sailboat) Jester is the name of a modified Norwegian Folkboat sailed by the famous circumnavigator Herbert 'Blondie' Hasler, notably coming second to Francis Chichester in the 1960 OSTAR, completing the v...
Johanna Lucretia The Johanna Lucretia is a British tall ship and is an oak wooden two masted topsail schooner built at the Rhoos Shipyard, Ghent in Belgium in 1945.
Johanna Smith (ship) The Johanna Smith was a wooden-hulled schooner that transported lumber along the West Coast.
John (ship) The John was an Australian sloop of 30 tons that was owned by John Palmer & Co. It was built at Woolloomooloo in Sydney and registered on 11 June 1803.
John Gilpin (clipper) The John Gilpin was an 1852 clipper in the California trade, named after the literary character John Gilpin.
John Palmer (schooner) The John Palmer was a schooner that was wrecked with loss of life on 23 November 1818 in the Kent Group in Bass Strait.
Jolie Brise Jolie Brise is a gaff-rigged pilot cutter built and launched by the Albert Paumelle Yard in Le Havre in 1913 to a design by Alexandre Pâris.
Joseph Conrad (ship) Joseph Conrad is an iron-hulled sailing ship, originally launched as Georg Stage in 1882 and used to train sailors in Denmark.
Joseph H. Scammell (ship) The Joseph H Scammell was a Canadian sailing ship that was built at Eatonville, Nova Scotia in 1884 and shipwrecked at Point Danger, Torquay, Victoria, Australia in 1891.
Jumna (ship) The Jumna, named after a tributary of the Ganges in northern India, was a 1,048 ton iron sailing ship built for the Nourse Line, by William Pile of Sunderland in 1867.
K1 Britannia K1 Britannia is a replica of His Majesty's Yacht Britannia built in 1893 for Commodore Albert Edward, Prince of Wales.
Kaliakra (ship) The Sail Training Vessel Kaliakra (Known also as STV Kaliakra, Калиакра) is a barquentine, built in 1984 at the Gdańsk Shipyard, after the plans of the Polish technical designer Zy...
Kalmar Nyckel The Kalmar Nyckel (Key of Kalmar) was a Dutch-built armed merchant ship famed for carrying Swedish settlers to North America in 1638 to establish the colony of New Sweden.
Kaskelot (tall ship) Kaskelot is the flagship of the Square Sail fleet and is based out of her homeport of Charlestown, Cornwall, UK (though registered to Bristol).
Kathleen and May The Kathleen and May is the last remaining British built wooden hull three masted top sail schooner.
Kaz II The Kaz II, dubbed "the ghost yacht", is a 9.8-metre catamaran which was found drifting off of the northern coast of Australia on 18 April 2007.
Khersones (ship) The Khersones or Chersones (Херсонес) is a Ukrainian three-mast tall ship, a full rigged ship.
Kialoa Kialoa was a maxi yacht campaign founded and led by Jim Kilroy spanning from 1956 to 1989.
Kingfisher (clipper) The Kingfisher was an 1853 extreme clipper that sailed on the San Francisco route.
Kings County (barque) Kings County was a four masted barque built in 1890 at Kingsport, Nova Scotia on the Minas Basin.
Kon-Tiki Kon-Tiki was the raft used by Norwegian explorer and writer Thor Heyerdahl in his 1947 expedition across the Pacific Ocean from South America to the Polynesian islands.
Kookaburra III Kookaburra III (KA 15) was the Australian 12 Metre yacht sailed by Iain Murray in the 1987 America's Cup held off of Fremantle, Australia.
KRI Dewaruci The KRI Dewaruci (sometimes spelled Dewa Ruci or Dewarutji; KRI: Kapal Perang Republik Indonesia) is a Class A tall ship and the only barquentine ow...
Krusenstern (ship) The Krusenstern or Kruzenshtern (Барк «Крузенштерн») is a Russian four masted barque and tall ship that was built in 1926 in Bremerhaven-Wesermünde, Germany, as shipyard number "S4...
Kruzenshtern (ship) The Krusenstern or Kruzenshtern (Барк «Крузенштерн») is a Russian four masted barque and tall ship that was built in 1926 in Bremerhaven-Wesermünde, Germany, as shipyard number "S4...
KZ 7 New Zealand (KZ 7) "Kiwi Magic" was the America's Cup challenge boat sailed by Chris Dickson in the Louis Vuitton Cup Challenger series held in Gage Roads off Fremantle, Australia during th...
KZ1 (yacht) KZ 1 was a sailing yacht used to challenge for the 1988 America's Cup.
København (ship) København was a Danish five-masted barque used as a naval training vessel until its disappearance after December 22, 1928.
L. A. Dunton (schooner) L. A. Dunton is one of two remaining fishing schooners built at the A.D. Story Shipyard in Essex, Massachusetts.
La Amistad La Amistad (Spanish: Friendship) was a 19th-century two-masted schooner built in Spain and owned by a Spaniard living in Cuba.
La Dauphine La Dauphine was a three-masted sailing vessel that served as the flagship of the explorer Giovanni da Verrazzano on his first voyage to the New World while seeking a shipping passage to Chin...
La Grace The Game of Graces was a popular leisure activity for young girls during the early 1800s.
La Recouvrance (schooner) The Recouvrance is a replica gaff rigged schooner, named in honour of Recouvrance, one of the districts of Brest.
Lady Elliot The Lady Elliot was a ship that was wrecked north of Cardwell, Queensland, Australia in 1816.
Lady Maryland Lady Maryland is a gaff-rigged, wood-hulled pungy topsail schooner.
Lady Washington Lady Washington is a ship name that is shared by at least 4 different small wooden merchant sailing vessels during two different time periods.
Lahloo (clipper) The Lahloo was a British Tea Clipper known for winning the Tea Race of 1870, and finishing second in the Tea Race of 1871.
Lehg II Lehg II was a ketch sailed around the world in 1942 by Argentinian Vito Dumas.
Lene Marie Lene Marie was a ketch-rigged tall ship, of overall and 200 tons displacement.
Leonidas (ship) The Leonidas (Named after king Leonidas I of Sparta) was a labour transport ship (schooner) that played an important role in the history of Fiji.
Lightning (clipper) Lightning was a clipper ship, one of the last really large clippers to be built in the USA. She was built by Donald McKay for James Baines of the Black Ball Line, Liverpool, for the Austral...
Lion (warship) Lion was the name of five warships of the Royal Scottish Navy during the 16th century, some of which were prizes captured by, and from the English.
Liverpool Packet Liverpool Packet was a privateer schooner from Liverpool, Nova Scotia, which captured 50 American vessels in the War of 1812.
Livonia (yacht) Livonia was the second, though unsuccessful, challenger attempting to lift the America's Cup from the New York Yacht Club.
Loch Vennachar Loch Vennachar was a three-masted iron sailing ship (clipper) that operated between Great Britain and Australia between the late 19th century and 1905.
Lookout (clipper) The Lookout was an 1853 clipper known for her passages from New York to San Francisco, and as an offshore and coastal trader in the lumber and coal trades.
Lord Clarendon (ship) Lord Clarendon was the largest wooden ship ever built in Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia.
Marlborough (ship) The Marlborough was a large iron-built sailing merchant ship which disappeared in 1890.
Mary Celeste The Mary Celeste (or Marie Céleste as it is fictionally referred to by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and others after him) was a Canadian-built American-owned merchant brigantine famous for hav...
Mary Robinson (clipper) Mary Robinson was an 1854 medium clipper in the San Francisco, India, and the guano trades.
Mary Rose The Mary Rose was a carrack-type warship of the English Tudor navy of King Henry VIII. After serving for 33 years in several wars against France, Scotland, and Brittany and after being ...
Maryland Dove Maryland Dove is a re-creation of a late 17th-century trading ship, one of two ships which made up the first expedition from England to the Province of Maryland.
Maryland Federalist Maryland Federalist is a replica ship built in 1987 and now located at BWI Airport near Concourse D. The ship is a replica of the miniature ship Federalist which was built in 1788.
Maud (ship) The Maud, named for Queen Maud of Norway, was a ship built for Roald Amundsen for his second expedition to the Arctic.
Maud (wherry) Maud is one of only two surviving Norfolk trading wherries to be found on the Norfolk Broads.
Mauritius (1618 ship) The Mauritius was an early 17th Century Dutch wooden-hulled sailing ship, documented as being in service to the Dutch East India Company between 1618 to 1622.
Mayflower (yacht) Mayflower was the victorious U.S. defender of the sixth America's Cup in 1886 against English challenger Galatea.
Mayflower II Mayflower II is a replica of the 17th-century ship Mayflower, celebrated for transporting the Pilgrims to the New World.
Mean Machine Sailing Team Mean Machine is the name of the yachts and the sailing team owned by Dutch Businessman Peter de Ridder.
Meermin (VOC ship) The Meermin was an 18th-century Dutch cargo ship of the "hoeker" type, one of many built and owned by the Dutch East India Company.
Memnon (clipper) The Memnon was the first clipper ship to arrive in San Francisco after the Gold Rush, and the only clipper to arrive in San Francisco before 1850.
Mercator (ship) The barquentine Mercator was designed by the Antarctic explorer Adrien de Gerlache (1866–1934) as a training ship for the Belgian merchant fleet.
Mersey (1894 ship) The Mersey was a 1,829 ton iron-hulled sailing ship with a length of beam of and depth of.
Michael (ship) Michael (popularly known as Great Michael) was a carrack or great ship of the Royal Scottish Navy.
Mimosa (ship) The Mimosa was a clipper ship best known for carrying the first Welsh emigrants to South America in 1865.
Mirabella V Mirabella V is a sloop-rigged super yacht launched in 2003.
Mischief (yacht) The yacht Mischief was the victorious American defender of the fourth America's Cup race in 1881 against Canadian challenger Atalanta.
Morning Cloud Morning Cloud was the name given by the British politician Edward Heath to a series of five yachts which he owned between 1969 and 1983.
Omega (barque) The Omega (named the Drumcliff until 1898) was a four-masted, steel-hulled barque built in Greenock, Scotland in 1887.
Orange II Orange II is a large catamaran designed for ocean racing, a "maxicat".
Oregon Pine (schooner) Oregon Pine was a six-masted lumber schooner completed in 1920, which was built as a result of the shipbuilding efforts associated with World War I. She sailed in the West Coast lumber trade...
Ouvéa (ship) Ouvéa, named after Ouvéa Island, was the name of a yacht used by three DGSE agents to import the naval mines used to sink the Greenpeace protest yacht Rainbow Warrior in 1985, killing photog...
Pacific Swift (ship) The Pacific Swift is a square topsail schooner, built by S.A.L.T.S. as a working exhibit at Expo '86 in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Pamir (ship) Pamir was one of the famous Flying P-Liner sailing ships of the German shipping company F. Laeisz.
Passat (ship) Passat is a German four-masted steel barque and one of the Flying P-Liners, the famous sailing ships of the German shipping company F. Laeisz.
Paul Jones (1843 ship) The Paul Jones was a Medford-built ship, launched in 1843, that brought the first cargo of ice to China.
Pen Duick The Pen Duick yachts are ocean racing yachts from the 1960s and 1970s.
Pericles (ship) The Pericles, named after the Athenian leader Pericles, was a 1,598 ton, iron hulled, three masted sailing ship, that was built by W. Hood & Co of Aberdeen, and launched in July 1877 to transpor...
Phatisalam The Phatisalam was a ship that was wrecked in 1821 leading to the death of eight people.
Phocea (yacht) Phocea was the largest sailing yacht in the world before the 2004 launching of Athena by Royal Huisman.
Phoenix (hulk) Phoenix was a 589 burthen ton merchant ship, built on the Thames in 1798, she was damaged on the Sow and Pigs Reef inside Port Jackson Heads, New South Wales, Australia in 1824.
Phoenix (tall ship) The Phoenix is a ship built by Hjorne & Jakobsen at Frederikshavn, Denmark in 1929, originally as an Evangelical Mission Schooner.
Phoenix of Hiroshima The Phoenix of Hiroshima was a 50-foot, 30-ton yacht that circumnavigated the globe and was later involved in several famous protest voyages.
Pilgrim (brig) The Pilgrim was a sailing brig (180 tons, long) engaged in the California hide trade of the early 19th century.
Pinta (ship) La Pinta (Spanish for The Pint (liquid measure) or simply "The Painted", as a ships depth would be indicated by the painted markings on its hull) was the fastest of the three ships used ...
Pioneer (schooner) Pioneer is a restored nineteenth century schooner sailing out of South Street Seaport in New York, New York.
Plastiki The Plastiki is a catamaran made out of 12,500 reclaimed plastic bottles and other recycled PET plastic and waste products.
PlayStation (yacht) PlayStation is one of several large catamarans created for the 2000 around the world race known as The Race.
PNS Rah Naward PNS Rah Naward is a sail training ship of the Pakistan Navy.
Pommern (ship) The Pommern, formerly the Mneme (1903–1908), is a windjammer.
Poonah (ship) The Poonah, named after the city of Poonah in western India, was a three masted sailing ship of 1199 tons, owned by Tyser & Haviside and was built in 1867 by William Pile at Sunderland.
PRB (vessel) PRB is a 60’ monohull designed by Bruce Farr and built by CDK technologies in La Foret Fouesnant, France.
Pride of Baltimore The Pride of Baltimore was an authentic reproduction of a 19th-century Baltimore clipper topsail schooner commissioned by citizens of Baltimore, Maryland.
Princess Charlotte (brig) Princess Charlotte was a 60 ton brig that disappeared in 1820 on its voyage between Hobart Town and Sydney.
Princess Taiping (sailing vessel) The Princess Taiping was a replica of a Ming Dynasty Chinese junk built for a sailing trip from China to the United States and back.
Punjaub (ship) The Punjaub was a sail/paddle steamer frigate built for the Indian navy operated by the East India Company.
Ragtime (yacht) Ragtime—one of the world's fastest racing yachts in the '70s.
Rainbow (clipper) The Rainbow, launched in New York in 1845 to sail in the China trade for the firm Howland & Aspinwall, was the first extreme clipper ship.
Randmeer The Randmeer is a medium size sailing boat designed by E.G. van de Stadt.
Ranger (yacht) Ranger was a J-class racing yacht that successfully defended the 1937 America's Cup, defeating the British challenger Endeavour II 4-0 at Newport, Rhode Island.
Reaper (sailing vessel) Reaper is a restored historic Fifie herring drifter which is registered by the National Historic Ships Committee as part of the Core Collection of historic vessels in the UK, and currently o...
Recovery (ship) The Recovery was a ship that was wrecked near Port Stephens, New South Wales, Australia in 1816.
Regina M. Regina M. is a Carry Away Sloop located at Mystic Seaport in Mystic, Connecticut, United States.
Reliance (yacht) Reliance was the 1903 America's Cup defender, the fourth defender from the famous designer Nat Herreshoff, and reportedly the largest gaff-rigged cutter ever built.
Research (ship) Research was an full rigged ship built in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia which was famous for a determined and courageous crew who replaced her rudder eight times to survive a crippling North Atlanti...
Resolute (yacht) Resolute was a yacht designed and built by Nathanael Greene Herreshoff for a syndicate of New York Yacht Club members headed by Henry Walters to contend the 1914 America's Cup.
Rhine (ship) The Rhine, was a 1,691 ton, iron sailing ship with a length of breadth of and depth of.
Rhone (ship) The Rhone, formerly known as Gilroy, was a 1,768 ton, iron sailing ship with a length of 259.2 feet, breadth of 39.9 feet and depth of 23.2 feet.
Rickmer Rickmers Rickmer Rickmers is a sailing ship permanently moored as a museum ship in Hamburg, near the Cap San Diego.
RMS Tayleur RMS Tayleur was a fully rigged iron clipper chartered by the White Star Line.
RNOV Shabab Oman (1977) RNOV Shabab Oman is a barquentine which serves as a training ship for the Royal Navy of Oman.
RNOV Shabab Oman (2013) Shabab Oman (Youth of Oman) is a full-rigged ship which is to enter service with the Royal Navy of Oman in August 2014, replacing the current ship of the same name.
Roald Amundsen (ship) Roald Amundsen (often abbreviated Roald; named in honor of Norwegian polar explorer Roald Amundsen), originally named Vilm, is a German steel-ship built at the Elbe River in 1952.
Robert C. Seamans (ship) SSV Robert C. Seamans is a 134-foot steel brigantine, named for a former Chairman and Trustee of Sea Education Association's (SEA) board.
Robin Hood (clipper) Robin Hood was a tea clipper built by Alexander Hall and Sons, in Aberdeen, Scotland, in 1856.
Rona (1892) Rona was designed by one of the world's greatest yacht designers, George Lennox Watson.
Rooswijk The Rooswijk was a ship belonging to the VOC (Dutch East India Company) that, according to recent, non-contemporary, news reports, sank in 1740.
Rose Noelle Rose Noelle was a trimaran that capsized in the southern Pacific Ocean off the coast of New Zealand in 1989.
Roseway Roseway is a wooden gaff-rigged schooner launched on 24 November 1925 in Essex, Massachusetts.
Rouse Simmons The Rouse Simmons was a three-masted schooner famous for having sunk in a violent storm on Lake Michigan in 1912.
Rover (privateering ship) Rover was a privateer brig out of Liverpool, Nova Scotia known for several bold battles in the Napoleonic Wars.
Rover incident The Rover Incident (羅發號事件) occurred on March 12, 1867 when the American merchant ship Rover, en route from Shantou to Yingkou shipwrecked off the coast of Taiwan.
RX II RX II is a 36-foot yacht in which a three-man Norwegian crew circumnavigated the North Pole over two seasons in 2009-2010.
S.T.V. Pathfinder The STV Pathfinder is a traditionally rigged brigantine operated by Toronto Brigantine Inc., a sail training organization based in Toronto, Canada.
S/V Estelle S/V Estelle is a fair trade cargo Bermuda schooner, currently the biggest sail ship in Finnish register.
Sedov The STS Sedov (Седов), formerly the Magdalene Vinnen II (1921–1936) and the Kommodore Johnsen (–1948), is a 4-masted steel barque that for almost 80 years was the largest...
Seminole (clipper) The Seminole was a later clipper ship, built by Maxon & Fish at Mystic, Connecticut, in 1865.
Shabab Oman RNOV Shabab Oman is a barquentine which serves as a training ship for the Royal Navy of Oman.
Shamrock (yacht) Shamrock was a racing yacht built in 1898 that was the unsuccessful Irish challenger for the 10th America's Cup in 1899 against the United States defender, Columbia.
Shenandoah (schooner) The Shenandoah is a square topsail schooner that is operating as a cruise ship in the waters of Vineyard Haven Harbor, Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts.
Sherbrooke (Barbados) Sherbrooke (Barbados) was a Canadian letter of marque in the last year of the War of 1812.
Sherman Zwicker The Sherman Zwicker is a wooden auxiliary fishing schooner built in 1942 at the Smith and Rhuland shipyard, Lunenburg, Nova Scotia.
Sibyl Marston (ship) Sibyl Marston was a wooden schooner cargo ship built by W.A. Boole & Sons of Oakland, California and belonging to the Sibyl Marston Co. Sibyl Marston sank off of the coast of Lompoc, Cal...
Sir Charles Ogle The Sir Charles Ogle was the first steamboat built in Nova Scotia.
Sir John Sherbrooke (Halifax) Sir John Sherbrooke was a successful and famous Nova Scotian privateer brig during the War of 1812, the largest privateer from Atlantic Canada during the war.
Sir John Sherbrooke (Saint John) The Sir John Sherbooke of Saint John, New Brunswick was a letter of marque brig named after Sir John Coape Sherbrooke, Governor of Nova Scotia.
Sir Lancelot (clipper) Sir Lancelot was a clipper ship which sailed in the China trade and the India-Mauritius trade.
Sir Winston Churchill (schooner) Sir Winston Churchill was a sail training ship which was built in Hessle, Yorkshire by Richard Dunston Ltd. She was sold out of service in 2000 and currently serves as a private yacht.
Skoda (barquentine) The Skoda was a barquentine built in Kingsport, Nova Scotia in 1893 by shipbuilder Ebenezer Cox.
Skomvær (barque) Skomvær was the name of a steel-hulled barque built in 1890 for J. C. & G. Knudsen in Porsgrunn, Telemark, Norway.
Sloop Woody Guthrie The Sloop Woody Guthrie is a sailing vessel ordered built by Pete Seeger in 1978 for the Beacon Sloop Club.
Spirit of Mystery Spirit of Mystery is a replica of the Mount's Bay lugger Mystery which made a voyage to Australia in 1854/55.
Spirit of New Zealand The tall ship Spirit of New Zealand is a steel-hulled, three-masted barquentine from Auckland, New Zealand.
Spray (sailing vessel) The Spray was a oyster sloop rebuilt by Joshua Slocum and used by him to sail single-handed around the world, the first voyage of its kind.
SS Kyle The SS Kyle is a 220 foot sailing vessel that is aground in the harbour of the Town of Harbour Grace, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada.
SSV Oliver Hazard Perry SSV Oliver Hazard Perry is a tall ship operated by non-profit Oliver Hazard Perry Rhode Island.
St-Lawrence 2 The STV St. Lawrence II (Sail Training Vessel) is a brigantine designed for youth sail training.
St. Lawrence II The STV St. Lawrence II (Sail Training Vessel) is a brigantine designed for youth sail training and is operated by a crew of 14-19 year-olds.
St. Roch (ship) RCMPV St. Roch is a Royal Canadian Mounted Police schooner, the first ship to completely circumnavigate North America, and the second sailing vessel to complete a voyage through the No...
Stag (barque) Stag was a barque built in Nova Scotia which was renowned for her speed.
Stag Hound The Stag Hound was launched on December 7, 1850 in East Boston, Massachusetts.
Star of India (ship) Star of India was built in 1863 at Ramsey in the Isle of Man as Euterpe, a full-rigged iron windjammer ship.
STS Leeuwin II The STS Leeuwin II is a tall ship based in Fremantle, Western Australia.
STS Mir STS Mir (Мир, meaning Peace) is a three-masted, full rigged training ship, based in St. Petersburg, Russia.
STS Sedov The STS Sedov (Седов), formerly the Magdalene Vinnen II (1921–1936) and the Kommodore Johnsen (–1948), is a 4-masted steel barque that for almost 80 years was the largest...
Sunny South (clipper) Sunny South, an extreme clipper, was the only full-sized sailing ship built by George Steers, and resembled his famous sailing yacht America, with long sharp entrance lines and a slightl...
Thatcher Magoun (clipper) The Thatcher Magoun, an extreme clipper launched in 1855, was named after Medford's great shipbuilder, Thatcher Magoun, who died the year that she was launched.
The Ark (English ship) Ark was a 400 tonEnglish merchant ship hired by Cecil Calvert (2nd Baron Baltimore)to bring roughly 140 colonists and their equipment and supplies to the new colony of Maryland.
The Ark (ship) The Ark was a 17th century ship which carried passengers bound for the Maryland colony during the pioneering 1634 expedition.
The Brothers (ship) The Brothers was a 40 ton schooner wrecked in Bass Strait, Tasmania in 1816.
The Rescue of the Renown Renown was a German barque used as a sailing cargo ship built prior to 1873, when she made her first voyage.
Thermopylae (clipper) Thermopylae was an extreme composite clipper ship built in 1868 by Walter Hood & Co of Aberdeen, to the design of Bernard Weymouth of London.
Thistle (yacht) Thistle was the unsuccessful Scottish challenger of the seventh America's Cup in 1887 against American defender Volunteer.
Thomas Arbuthnot (ship) The ship Thomas Arbuthnot was a fast sailing ship, weighing 523 tons (old Imperial), 621 tons (new Imperial).
Thomas W. Lawson (ship) The Thomas W. Lawson was a seven-masted, steel-hulled schooner originally planned for the Pacific trade, but then used primarily to haul coal and oil along the East Coast of the United States.
Thomas Winsmore (schooner) Thomas Winsmore was an 1890 schooner that sailed in the coastwise trade, bringing coal from Philadelphia to northern ports, and returning with cargoes of lumber.
Thor Heyerdahl (ship) Thor Heyerdahl (named after Thor Heyerdahl), originally named Tinka, later Marga Henning, Silke, and Minnow, was built as a freight carrying motor shi...
Three Bees Three Bees was a convict ship that caught fire in Sydney Cove in 1814.
Tiamat (yacht) Tiamat is a 40 foot racing yacht that sails out of Dublin Bay, Ireland under the burgee of the Dun Laoghaire Motor Yacht Club.
Tikoma (ship) The barque Tikoma was built in Richibucto, New Brunswick, Canada, by John and Thomas Jardine, nephews of the ship builder John Jardine.
Tilikum (boat) The Tilikum was a dugout canoe that was used in an effort to circumnavigate the globe starting in 1901.
Tinkerbelle Tinkerbelle is a sailboat in which 47-year-old newspaperman Robert Manry, a copy editor at the Cleveland Plain Dealer, single-handedly crossed the Atlantic Ocean in 1965.
Tole Mour The SSV Tole Mour is a schooner and sail training vessel operating in the Channel Islands of California, off the West Coast of the United States.
Treasurer (warship) Treasurer was a Scottish warship in the Royal Scots Navy in the 16th century.
Trial (ship) Trial was a ship that was seized by convicts and eventually wrecked on the Mid North Coast of New South Wales, Australia in 1816.
Trimaran IDEC Trimaran IDEC or Idec 2 is a maxi-trimaran skippered by Francis Joyon and sponsored par groupe IDEC.
TS Royalist TS Royalist is a brig owned and operated as a sail training ship by the Marine Society & Sea Cadets of the United Kingdom.
Unity (ship) Unity was a ship that went missing in 1813 off the coast of Tasmania, Australia.
USA 76 (America's Cup Class) USA 76 is one of the International America's Cup Class racing yachts used by the BMW Oracle Racing Team in their preparations to win the challenger series and hence win the right to challenge fo...
USA 76 (America’s Cup Class) USA 76 is one of the International America's Cup Class racing yachts used by the BMW Oracle Racing Team in their preparations to win the challenger series and hence win the right to challenge fo...
USA 87 (America's Cup Class) USA 87 is one of the America's Cup racing yachts used by the BMW Oracle Racing Team in their preparations for their failed bid to win the Louis Vuitton Cup and hence win the right to challenge f...
USA 87 (America’s Cup Class) USA 87 is one of the America's Cup racing yachts used by the BMW Oracle Racing Team in their preparations for their failed bid to win the Louis Vuitton Cup and hence win the right to challenge f...
USCGC Eagle (WIX-327) The (formerly the SSS Horst Wessel) is a barque used as a training cutter for future officers of the United States Coast Guard.
USS Constellation (1854) USS Constellation, constructed in 1854, is a sloop-of-war and the second United States Navy ship to carry the name.
USS Constitution USS Constitution is a wooden-hulled, three-masted heavy frigate of the United States Navy.
USS Ino USS Ino was a clipper ship acquired by the Union Navy during the course of the American Civil War.
USS Lynx (1814) The first USS Lynx, a 6-gun Baltimore Clipper rigged schooner, was built for the US Navy by James Owner of Georgetown, Washington, D.C., in 1814, intended for service in one of the two raidi...
Wild Oats XI Wild Oats XI is a maxi yacht, most famous for being the race record holder and a seven times line honours winner of the "blue water classic" Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race.
William Cossar William Cossar was a small 20 ton wooden Australian Colonial Government schooner that was wrecked in 1825.
William D. Lawrence (ship) William D. Lawrence was a full-rigged sailing ship built in Maitland, Nova Scotia, along the Minas Basin and named after her builder, the merchant and politician William Dawson Lawrence (181...
Windeward Bound Windeward Bound is a two masted brigantine-rigged vessel based in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
Windsor (sloop) Windsor was a ship wrecked on Long Reef near Sydney, Australia in 1816.
Witch of the Wave (clipper) Witch of the Wave was a long-lived extreme clipper in the California trade, with a sailing life of over 34 years.
Wyoming (schooner) Wyoming was a wooden six-masted schooner, the largest wooden schooner ever built.
Wyvern (vessel) Wyvern is a open sea sailing ship operated by Stavanger Maritime Museum.
Yacht Lutine Yacht Lutine is the name given to all Lloyds of London Yacht Club's sailing yachts, often with sail number GBR809 A Laurent-Giles designed Bermudan yawl, built by Camper and Nicholsons in 1952, ...
Young Lachlan The Young Lachlan was a schooner that was stolen and wrecked by convicts in 1819.