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Balclutha Balclutha
Balclutha is a three-masted full-rigged sailing ship. The steel-hulled ship is 92 m long and used to have a crew of about 26. She is located at the Hyde Street Pier, San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, which is situated n the edge of... Click to continue>

Baltic Beauty Baltic Beauty
Baltic Beauty is a two-masted small brigantine sailing ship. The steel hulled boat has wooden superstructure and has a sail area of around 452 square metres. Facilities on the ship include a large kitchen, bar, two toilets with shower and a sauna.... Click to continue>

Bark Endeavour replica Bark Endeavour replica
The HM Bark Endeavour replica (also known as HMB Endeavour) is a 20th century recreation of the HMS Endeavour commanded by Lieutenant James Cook when he discovered the eastern coast of Australia on his 1768-71 voyage. The wooden ship was built using... Click to continue>

Batavia Batavia
The original Batavia was a Dutch East India Company sailing ship built in Amsterdam in 1628. she was shipwrecked on her maiden voyage on the Houtman Abrolhos islands off Western Australia in 1629. the ship has been recreated in a replica that is... Click to continue>

Bel Espoir II Bel Espoir II
Bel Espoir II is a three-masted topsail schooner, and was listed on the French Historical Monuments register in 1993. The ship is owned by l'association Amis de Jeudi-Dimanche (AJD), an organisation that runs a number of programs to help troubled... Click to continue>

Belem Belem
Belem is a steel-hulled three-masted barque, and the last of the 19th century French sailing ships still sailing. The main mast stands about 34 m tall, and the 22 sails have a combined sail area of around 1000 square metres. She has a crew of 16... Click to continue>

Belle Poule Belle Poule
The tall ship Belle Poule is a French naval training schooner based in Brest, France. She is sister ship to the Étoile. The ship has a crew of 16 professional staff and can take up to 20 trainees. Sailing programs are available for naval students,... Click to continue>

Bluenose II Bluenose II
Bluenose II is a replica of the famous fishing schooner Bluenose from Nova Scotia, Canada. The original Bluenose was built in 1921 and sank off Haiti in 1946. Bluenose II is operated by the Lunenburg Marine Museum Society at the Fisheries Museum of... Click to continue>

Bowdoin Bowdoin
The tall ship Bowdoin is a schooner owned by Maine Maritime Academy, in Castine, Maine. The gaff-rigged two-masted ship has a white oak hull and white pine deck. she is used to provide sail training for students of Maine Maritime Academy, and the... Click to continue>

Brig Niagara Brig Niagara
US Brig Niagara, also known as the Flagship Niagara, is a wooden brig first launched in 1913. The two-masts carry a total of over1,100 square metres of sail. She is now owned by Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission and operated by Flagship... Click to continue>

Bryza H Bryza H
Bryza H is a 24 m long, two-masted sailing yacht with fore and aft rig and total sail area of 180 square metres. The wooden-hulled ship sails in tall ships events and races, and is used as a sail training vessel. The name Bryza is Polish for... Click to continue>

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