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Jul 31, 2007 02:49 |  #1

A Tallship training vessel entering the River Tyne.


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Jul 31, 2007 02:57 |  #2

Very nice! I wouldn't mind setting on a short cruise on one of those.


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Jul 31, 2007 02:59 |  #3

I agree thou I would perfer a longer cruise:)


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Jul 31, 2007 08:05 |  #4

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Jul 31, 2007 12:46 |  #5

Cheers guys, would love to have a sail on one of these.


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Jul 31, 2007 15:28 |  #6

cannylad wrote in post #3643924 (external link)
Cheers guys, would love to have a sail on one of these.

I have... On this one:

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And this one...

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Aug 01, 2007 00:07 |  #7

Very nice John


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Aug 01, 2007 01:43 |  #8

tallships rock.

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Aug 01, 2007 13:41 |  #9

rockabilly808 wrote in post #3647970 (external link)
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Nice! I've never been aboard Lynx...


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Aug 01, 2007 19:10 |  #10

JWright wrote in post #3650787 (external link)
Nice! I've never been aboard Lynx...

who were those 2 you posted? the schooner looks like Amistad


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Aug 01, 2007 20:52 |  #11

rockabilly808 wrote in post #3652321 (external link)
who were those 2 you posted? the schooner looks like Amistad

Star of India (top) and Californian.

The picture of Californian was taken after her purchase by the San Diego Maritime Museum and her 2003 overhaul. She completely stripped down and virtually rebuilt. Prior to the overhaul, the mainsail was loose-footed. Now it has a boom. She was also repainted to more resemble an 1840's period revenue cutter.

Granted, she does look a little like Amistad. Interesting you should mention that vessel. Amistad was built in 1999-2000, perhaps as a result of the 1997 Steven Spielberg film. In the movie, the Amistad was actually portrayed by Californian.


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Aug 01, 2007 21:42 |  #12

JWright wrote in post #3652767 (external link)
Star of India (top) and Californian.

The picture of Californian was taken after her purchase by the San Diego Maritime Museum and her 2003 overhaul. She completely stripped down and virtually rebuilt. Prior to the overhaul, the mainsail was loose-footed. Now it has a boom. She was also repainted to more resemble an 1840's period revenue cutter.

Granted, she does look a little like Amistad. Interesting you should mention that vessel. Amistad was built in 1999-2000, perhaps as a result of the 1997 Steven Spielberg film. In the movie, the Amistad was actually portrayed by Californian.

well how bout that,i didn't realize amistad is so new. Lynx is an interpretation of a privateer from the war of 1812 era.


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