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|The Freightship "Cap San Diego" was Built in 1962 in Hamburg / Germany.|
Since 1987 it's a Museum-Ship of the City of Hamburg and can be visitet every Day from 10 am to 6 pm for 6.- EUR p/P.
Also their are Cabins to book. Info: http://www.capsandiego.de
|The Golden Hind Educational Museum in London||12/14/2005||325|
|I found this cruise ship on dry land in Hong Kong. Does anybody know what it is?||12/12/2005||586|
|Designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel and others for the Great Western Steamship Company, the SS Great Britain was the first ocean-going ship to have an iron hull and a screw propeller. When launched in 1843 she was the largest vessel afloat.||12/07/2005||513|
|One of only two British warships to survive the gunfire of World War One and the ravages of time and tide.|
|The Glasgow Tall Ship is one of the city's main tourist attractions. It is the M.V. Glenlee and it is open all year round.||12/04/2005||371|
|All these old US Warships have to be removed from Suisun Bay by September 2006 to be scraped.||12/03/2005||419|
|Here you can see a lot of modern Battleships in a bay near by |
Pearl Harbour at the Hawaii Islands.
|The RSS Discovery is Captain Scott's famous polar exloration ship. It is berthed at Dundee.||12/03/2005||573|
|Why somebody enclose a ship in a harbour? ||11/28/2005||370|
|See at http://www.maritimematters.com/minghua.html||11/19/2005||567|
|This old lightship(1952)is now a bar,restaurant,pub,cafe and a very small hotel - it`s red painted and wellknown in Hamburg (www.Das-Feuerschiff.de)||11/10/2005||341|
|The USS George Bancroft was a Benjamin Franklin-class ballistic missile submarine.||10/19/2005||591|
|The USS Midway reached it's final position in the harbour of San Diego. The carrier becomes another museum of naval aviation.
|Only 2 out of 2751 Liberty ships survived over the years.|
The Liberty ships were cargo ships built in the United States during World War II. They were cheap and quick to build, and came to symbolize U.S. wartime industrial output. Based on vessels ordered by Britain to replace ships torpedoed by German U-boats, they were purchased for the U.S. fleet and for lend-lease provision t...
|Battleship USS North Carolina at Wilmington||09/19/2005||916|
|HMS Warrior (1860)was the world's first ocean-going iron-hulled armoured battleship. |
After the restoration in 1984 was completed she was towed to her current position in Portsmouth
|This great Battleship with was laid down in 1759 had taken part in the faimous battle of Trafalgar. In 1922 she was moved in the world oldest drydock at Portsmouth for restoration.|
It is the oldest comissioned warship of the world.
|Big Sailer in Manhattan||09/01/2005||567|
|A beautifully restored iron-hulled tallship from 1863, located along the waterfront in San Diego.||08/30/2005||465|
|A four mast sailboat in Honolulu.||08/29/2005||415|
|The Cutty Sark, now in drydock, is the only surviving classic clipper ship. (More info at Wikipedia)||08/29/2005||415|
|97 m long, 12,20 m wide, 1.980 BRT built in 1896. At this place since 1983||08/24/2005||417|
|A cruise ship ashore across the Shenzhen Wan Bay from Zhunmen, China.||08/23/2005||550|
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Balclutha is a steel-hulled squared rigged sailing ship, built in 1886. She is named after the town of Balclutha in New Zealand and is currently preserved at San Francisco, California.
The Balclutha was built in 1886 by Charles Connell & Co. Ltd., of Glasgow in Scotland, for Robert McMillan, of Dumbarton in Scotland. Designed as a general tra...