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ESMERALDA for the British coastal trade. at Con.nabs Qm_1y. Restored by the British National Maritime Trust and now on d.i_splay at Plymouth, England. LA BELLE POUi.E-Topsail schooner, wood, 128 ft., 227 tons disp.: Built at Fecamp in 1932 as a training vessel for the French Navy and still in service. L'ETOILE-Sistership of LA BELLE POULE: details same. LILLA DAN-Topsail schooner, wood, 84 ft., 120 tons: Launched at Svendborg, Denmark October 28, 1950 as a training ship for the J. Lauritzen School at Kogtved. Reportedly due to be retired in the near future. MALCOLM MILLER-Three-masted topsail schooner, steel, 300 tons: Launched at Aberdeen, Scotland October 5, 1967 for the British Sail Training Association. MARQUESAS-Brigantine, wood : Built in Spain in 1919. Currently being rerigged in England for use in films in the Mediterranean. MEKA II-Brigantine: A miniature square-rigger yacht owned in Detroit. MERCATOR-Barkentine, steel, 210 ft., 770 tons: Built at Leith, Scotland in 1932 as a schoolship for the Belgian merchant marine. Now a museum ship at Ostend. MERIDIAN-Barkentine, wood, 129 ft., 322 tons : Built in Finald for the Soviet Union around 1948. Training ship for the merchant marine ·based at Kaliningrad. MERRY, ex-SAM, ex-FRIEDRICH-Ketch, for·

merly topsail schooner, steel, 92 ft., 158 tons: Built at Hammelwarden, Germany in 1911 as a cargo vessel. Now in England being prepared for charter work. MOLFETTA-Hulk, former five-masted barkentine, wood, 284 ft., 2462 tons: Built at Pascagoula, Mississippi in 1920 as a cargo vessel. Now lying al>andone<fat Port Johnson, Bayonne, New Jersey. NEW ENDEAVOR, ex-CITO, ex-VOLO, ex-DANA, ex-TURO-Three-masted topsail schooner, wood, 102 ft., 136 tons: Built at Svendborg, Denm.ark in 1919. For a time a training ship of the Lauritzen School. Later ketch rigged. Now owned in Austrailia. NORLANDIA, ex-HARALD-Three-masted topsail schooner, wood, 112 ft., 95 tons : Built at Hobro, Denmark in 1918 as a cargo vessel. Now owned in England and making cruises. ORIETTA, ex-CADAMOSTO, ex-VERI AMICI, exRAFF AELA MADRE-Motorship, former brigantine, wood, 97 .5 ft., 161 tons : Built at Torre del Greco, Italy in 1902. Currently owned at Leghorn, Italy. PALINURO, ex-COMMANDANT LOUIS RICHARD-Barkentine, steel, 204 ft., 858 tons: Built in 1934 for the French Grand Banks fleet. Lately an Italian schoolship. PATHFINDER-Brigantine, steel, 60 ft., 39 tons disp.: Built in 1963 as a training ship for Canadian sea scouts and still in operation. Home port is Toronto. PERSEUS-Three-masted topsail schooner, wood, B

Sea History 003 - July 1975  

5 Square-rigged Sailing Craft in Existence, Part II • 14 Skaregrom Log • 23 The CONSTELLATION and her Rebuilding • 29 Maritime Museum News •...

Sea History 003 - July 1975  

5 Square-rigged Sailing Craft in Existence, Part II • 14 Skaregrom Log • 23 The CONSTELLATION and her Rebuilding • 29 Maritime Museum News •...

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