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Types of ships Not sure I will ever NEED to know this, but I still think its cool that I can!

you can have a boat on your ship, but you can’t have a ship on your boat

capngrimbeard: You can nerestudy th’ riggin’ o’ ship classes. Knowin’ ‘t can be th’ difference between livin’ wi’ booty an’ bunkin’ in Davy Jone`s Locker!

Tall Ships was basically a viewer's guide to help them identify the various classes and types of tall ships.

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Tall Ships, an infographic guide designed with the ships visiting Boston Harbor in the summer of 2010 in mind.

Sørlandet...Norwegian Tall Ship

Ghost Ship - without sails hoisted, there be ghost winds moving her! But she be a real pirate ship, cuz she be a-firing her cannons from starboard. Prepare fer battle, me buckos!

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All I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by. You can feel the wind at your back take away the wind and sea, she's still yours, you can feel her.

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" Waiting for The Crew" original gallery artwork painting of a boat on the sea realism art by artist Horacio Cardozo.

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A beautiful photo of a boat sailing under a full moon. A night sailing on the water under a full moon has to be a pleasure.

I have an irrational fear of boats and water. my husband, however, loves boats, and the sea... This boat, however, I can appreciate the beauty of.

HMS Bounty Tall Ship (Sadly the Bounty was recently wrecked at sea.

Glorious ColorThis awesome German ship was originally built in 1906 at Bremen and operated throughout the North and Baltic Seas until being retired in 1986. She was then converted into a three masted barque and was re-launched in 1988 as the "Alexander von Humboldt". Baron Alexander von Humboldt (1769-1859) was a Prussian naturalist and explorer who explored much of Central and South America and was the foremost natural scientist of the early 19th century. This ship participates in yearly...

The tall ship 'Alexander von Humboldt' sails the Baltic Sea near Kiel, Germany. The 'Alexander von Humboldt' will lead this year's 'Windjammers' parade.

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