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Everything I learned about old-time sailing I learned from Tim Severin's books, but the voyage I had in mind for this was his Sindbad Voyage, and this is the ship he used for that.

The Boat: 1980 Whitby 42 Ketch S/V Mary Christine A liveaboard sailing blog by a young couple and their two dogs, sailing the Bahamas, Caribbean, Central America and South Pacific  www.wherethecoconutsgrow.com

A young couple and their two dogs sailing around the Caribbean in search of surf, sun, sand and serenity Where The Coconuts Grow!

HMS Shearwater, a circa 1900 old Condor-class sloop, 980 tons, 6-4 inch guns, 13kts, 130 crew.   Sold in 1922.  Service record:  Oct 1913-Aug 1914, Pacific, Halifax.

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HMS Ganges, a 2nd Rate, 84 gun Man of War. The last sail only warship built for the Royal Navy. Launched November 1821 and broken up 1930. Laid down in Bombay Dockyard

HMS Ganges, a Rate, 84 gun Man of War. The last sail only warship built for the Royal Navy. Launched November 1821 and broken up Laid down in Bombay Dockyard

Playfair and St. Lawrence II

Playfair and St.

HMS Boscawen ordered by Royal Navy 11th May 1817,with hull laid down at Woolwich Dockyard England January 1826.Gun deck 187ft 4½in weighing in at 2212tons,served in Baltic during Russian War under & in late 1850’s on W African Coast disrupting slave trade,1874 renamed Training Ship 'Wellesley' & stationed on Tyne at North Shields.Unfortunately 'Wellesley' destroyed by fire on 11 March 1914 at North Shields England & school moved ashore becoming the Wellesley Nautical School.

HMS Boscawen was ordered by The Royal Navy on 11 th May with the hull of the ship being laid down at the Woolwich Dockyard in Englan.

HMS Sealark was a Royal Navy vessel used primarily for hydrographic survey work. She was originally a luxurious private auxiliary steam yacht for a number of wealthy owners and in 1903 was acquired by the Royal Navy, serving until 1914. She was sold to James Patrick Steamships Ltd and converted to a merchant ship for the Australian coast and finally hulked in 1924.

HMS Sealark was a Royal Navy vessel used primarily for hydrographic survey wo.

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