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21. The "Ever Glory"
(Matching tags: craft,steamship,cargo ship)
This 10000-ton break-bulk carrier is one of the cargo ships that helped Evergreen Marine Corporation establish its business. Ever Glory is diesel-powered and cruises at about 15 knots. The bridge is near ...
22. The "Ever Trust"
(Matching tags: cargo ship,steamship,craft)
Ever Trust is a high speed, supremely functional, multi-purpose dry cargo ship belonging to Evergreen Marine Corporation. In 1984, she was remodeled as a navigation training ship. Ever Trust carries the ...
23. The "Nippon Maru II"
(Matching tags: craft,sailing schooner)
Built in 1984 to replace Nippon Maru as a training vessel for Japanese Navy cadets, the 111 meter Nippon Maru II is representative of the latest marine construction techniques. She tours the world as a ...
24. The "De Liefde"
(Matching tags: craft,sailing schooner)
After bad weather dispersed a group of Dutch ships searching for a new route to the East Indies, one of the vessels, De Liefde, drifted into Wengo Suido in Japan in June 1600. On board was the expeditions ...
25. The "Lilladan"
(Matching tags: craft,sailing schooner)
Built in 1951 mainly of oak and beech wood at a well-known shipyard in Svendborg, Denmark, the Lilladan was long used as a cadet training vessel, and is still available for charter in Scandinavian waters. ...
26. The "Astrolabe"
(Matching tags: craft,sailing schooner)
Built in France in 1811 as an armed exploration vessel, the Astrolabe conducted surveys, and made maps of the Mediterranean and Black seas. Later she circumnavigated the globe and explored and mapped the ...
27. Goleta
(Matching tags: sailing schooner,craft)
The Goleta was an Italian typical commercial sailboat on the Mediterranean Sea in the early nineteenth century. Due to less rough waves in this area, the construction and decoration of the ship were generally ...
28. The "Endeavour"
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An unimposing coal carrier operating between England and Scandinavia , the Endeavour was purchased by the British Admiralty and placed under the command of Captain James Cook. From 1768 until 1780 Endeavour ...
29. The "Bluenose"
(Matching tags: craft,sailing schooner)
Built in 1921, the Bluenose was a Nova Scotia Grand Banks fishing schooner designed  specifically  to win races against the Gloucester fishing schooner of New England . After dominating these ...
30. The "Cutty Sark"
(Matching tags: craft,sailing schooner)
The Cutty Sark was built as a tea clipper, and made her maiden voyage to Shanghai in 104 days. However, Cutty Sarks most impressive voyages were between England and Australia in the wool trade. For more ...
31. The "Spanish Galleon"
(Matching tags: craft,sailing schooner)
The Spanish Galleon evolved from the carrack as sailors of the 16th century became more familiar with the requirements of transatlantic sailing. Galleon hulls were more slender, and the long overhanging ...
32. Cheng Cheng-Kung Chung-chun Boat
(Matching tags: sailing schooner,craft)
Although until recently he was known to European historians as the pirate "Koxinga", Cheng Cheng-Kung has long been honored in Taiwan as the heroic defender of the Southern Ming Empire and as ...
33. Ching Dynasty Battleship
(Matching tags: battleship,craft)
This model of a Ching Dynasty battleship was meticulously constructed by one of Belgiums most famous scale model builders, Mr. Pauwels, after years of research. The hull is carved from a single piece of ...
34. Cheng Ho Treasure Boat
(Matching tags: craft,sailing schooner)
Cheng Ho was a Chinese navigator and diplomat in the 15 th century. Under the aegis of the Ming Emperor, in 1405 Cheng Ho set out with a crew of 27800 and a fleet of more than 100 ships, some as long as ...
35. The Battleship "Yamato"
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Built in 1941, the Yamato was the largest battleship in the world at the time,  with a displacement of 72,900 tons, far above the limit set by the Washington Treaty. Her 18-inch guns also exceeded ...
36. German Submarine
(Matching tags: craft,submarine)
During the Second World War, long after the Germany navy lost control of the surface of the ocean, they were able to continue harrying the Allied naval fleets and transatlantic shipping with submarines. ...
37. The battleship "Bismarck"
(Matching tags: craft,battleship)
Named after Germanys first Prime Minister, Otto Von Bismarck, who coined the phrase "blood and iron," this Germany battleship was launched in 1939 at the outset of the Second World War. In a ...
38. The Battleship "Wasa"
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Wasa was a 1,400 ton Swedish warship built in Stockholm for King Gustavus Adophus. Her only ornaments were snarling lion heads set on a blood-red background at each gunport, and an immense lion figurehead. ...
39. The Battleship "Toulonnaise"
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This French warship was built in 1823 and took part in the Spanish War under Major Joursins command. She was stationed in occupied Bacelona and later shelled the port of Cadiz. Toulonnaise was extensively ...
40. The Battleship "Caesar Bireme"
(Matching tags: craft,battleship)
A typical Roman fighting ship from around the year 30AD, the Caesar Bireme exhibits the mixture of Greek and Egyptian influences on roman vessels of the period, most notably the eyes on the bow and the ...
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