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Originally posted on Masked Native:
Wind dashing over hawthorn bushes. Sea-smacks on the rocks below the cliff. The hum of engines trawling the mist like a lost soul, seeking home.

Ship Decoration 1630 – 1780

Ship Decoration 1630 – 1780

  A major new work by Ships Carver Andy Peters. This book is a detailed comparative study of the decorative work – figurehead, topside ornamentation and stern gallery design – carried by the ships of the major maritime states of Europe in the zenith of the sailing era. It covers both warships and the most prestigious merchant […]

Hermione Gallery updated

Hermione Gallery updated

Click here to see some new images added to the gallery on the Hermione soiree of Son et Lumiere

Royal Museum Galleries Collection

Royal Museum Galleries Collection

RMG Photo Studio ‏@RMGPhotoStudio   Check out breath-taking Tall Ships photographs by @Seafeverblog http://bit.ly/1MFur3T  Our favourite is ”Gotheborg’, Baltic sea’.  

SAMARITAN

SAMARITAN

The Remaking of the Figurehead from the Brig Samaritan (1846) The figurehead is believed to have come from the brig Samaritan, built in Great Yarmouth at the South Street yard of William Teasdell in 1840. She is listed in the Lloyds register as owned by Mr. Thomas Merchant, trading between Liverpool and Trieste.   Samaritan made […]

Sea Fever

Sea Fever

Sea Fever wil take the place of my old website “Tall Ships Gallery“ The Tall Ships Gallery will stay online until I have had time to load up all of the galleries and articles to Sea Fever. There will be a dedicated page for the Tall Ships Gallery on this site and the domain name […]

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