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Sailing Adventures

Collection by J.G. Follansbee


Sailing adventures aboard tall ships

J.G. Follansbee
Tall ship 'KALMAR NYCKEL' will be participating in OpSail 2012 and along the Portsmouth, Virginia waterfront. Photo by Joe Elder Moby Dick, Bateau Pirate, Old Sailing Ships, Ship Of The Line, Old Boats, Wooden Ship, Yacht Boat, Tall Ships, Water Crafts

OpSail 2012 Virginia Brings Tall Ships & Special Events

Hampton Roads is featuring an extraordinary event for the United States of America and the Commonwealth of Virginia, the Bicentennial of the War of 1812, the writing of the Star Spangled Banner, planned together with the spectacle of OpSail 2012. OpSail 2012 Virginia is collaboration between Operation Sail Inc. (OpSail) national, the United States Navy, Norfolk Festevents, Portsmouth PortsEvents, and the 36th Annual AT&T Harborfest events, and hundreds of national, state and local…

USS Constitution, Boston, Massachusetts Want to go on while we are there! Saw outside but didn't get to see inside! Uss Constitution, Old Sailing Ships, Armada, Navy Ships, Boat Plans, In Boston, Boston Strong, New England, Trains

Harbor Art | Fine Art America

Shop for harbor art from the world's greatest living artists. All harbor artwork ships within 48 hours and includes a 30-day money-back guarantee. Choose your favorite harbor designs and purchase them as wall art, home decor, phone cases, tote bags, and more!

Discover Mystic Seaport in Stonington, Connecticut: Holding multiple historical boats and an entire century village, this New England attraction is the largest maritime museum in the world. Mystic Connecticut, Mystic Seaport, Set Sail, Am Meer, Tall Ships, Vacation Trips, Vacations, Sailing Ships, New England

The Charles W. Morgan is the last wooden whaleship in the world. Built in 1841 in New Bedford, Massachusetts, she sailed on 37 voyages around the globe during an 80-year whaling career. The vessel came to Mystic Seaport in 1941 and since then more than 20 million visitors have walked her decks. The Morgan is a National Historic Landmark and the oldest surviving American commercial vessel still afloat. Photo © Mystic Seaport.

1994 replica of the boat on which John Cabot sailed to Newfoundland in 1497 the first European ship to reach America. Newfoundland Canada, Newfoundland And Labrador, Old Sailing Ships, Small Boats, Tall Ships, Boat Building, Water Crafts, Lighthouse, Nautical

Pemberley Dreams

jade-cooper: “Matthew of Bristol, replica caravel, laid down 1994 ”

Pride of Baltimore II Beautiful, 157 footer we sailed on in the Straits of Yacht Sailing Old Sailing Ships, Us Sailing, Yacht Design, Wooden Ship, Sail Away, Wooden Boats, Tall Ships, Water Crafts, Cruise

HMS Acasta

Images - This label is given to any post that is picture heavy. Looking for lots of awesome War of 1812 or Royal Navy recreation pictures? Look no further! The Acasta has been gifted with some amazing photography over the years from a variety of awesome photgraphers and sources. From Events, games, battles, press gangs, clothing, weddings, you name it... you'll find it here. Have a look at some of the Image Posts!

there be pirates Abandoned Ships, Abandoned Places, Marbella Spain, Ghost Ship, Pirate Life, Sail Away, Shipwreck, Tall Ships, Belle Photo


zeruhur: “ CYRANO, PLAYA EL CABLE, MARBELLA (Explore 31.10.12) by Mabelle Imossi on Flickr. ”

size: Giclee Print: Cutty Sark Art Print by English School : Fine Art Weather Art, Old Sailing Ships, Boat Names, Ship Art, Tall Ships, Find Art, Framed Artwork, Pirates, Giclee Print

Cutty Sark

Final Dimensions (width x height): 24" x 24"This giclee print offers beautiful color accuracy on a highquality paper (235 gsm) that is a great option for framing with its smooth, acid free surface. Giclee (French for "to spray") is a printing process where millions of ink droplets are sprayed onto the papers surface creating natural color transitions. Cutty Sark, English School, (20th century) / Private Collection / © Look and Learn / The Bridgeman Art Library Read More Item #7692633

The replica of John Cabot's ship The Matthew. The original was sailed to Newfoundland. Photographed at its home berth, adjacent to the SS Great Britain in Bristol harbour. Photograph by Chris McKenna British America, North America, Bristol Harbour, Empire, Dutch Republic, British Travel, Sailing Adventures, Canadian History, British Colonial

From Cabot to Cartier: The Early Exploration of Eastern North America, 1497–1543 - Medievalists.net

The first European explorers to make contact with North America did so far to the north of the area contacted by Columbus, and their voyages would almost certainly have taken place regardless of the success or failure of Columbus