Chapman Great Sailing Ships of the World
What a wonderful gift for boat lovers everywhere:
the most beautiful, most international guide to celebrated sailboats round the world.
Come sailing with Chapman, on the pages of an expansive, attractively illustrated reference to large, and frequently famous, sailboats from around the globe. Enthusiasts will find completely up-to-date information on these extremely popular boats, more than 450 color photos, and descriptions of different types of sailing ships and rigging. Each craft listed features a full-color picture, details, and statistics, accompanied by facts and figures on its home port, the year it was built, the names of the owner and crew, plus rigging, tonnage, mast, sails, and use. The history of each vessel starts from the moment it was launched and continues right to the present; reproductions and museum ships also appear. A useful glossary includes important nautical terms.
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Bisshop van Arkel
Ireland Republic of
2-masted fore-and-aft schooner 3-masted topsail schooner 3-person active crew approx Baltic barkentine bowsprit brigantine Britain Owner cadets Captain chartered ship Clipper construction current owner day cruises Depth in hold Depth to deck diesel engine displacement Dimensions double topsail Draft equipped figurehead fishing fore foremast foresails freighter frigate full-rigged ship gaff gaff-sail German Germany Owner guests on day Hamburg harbor height of mainmast Home port horsepower Crew ketch launched Length between perpendiculars Length of hull Length overall Maru meters Auxiliary engine mizzenmast motorized museum ship navy Netherlands Owner passenger Previous names purchased the ship Sail area sailing school-ship sailing ship sails Masts schooner ship's Shipyard single topgallant square meters Rigging square sails staysail steel Nation studding sails tion Tonnage tons gross Dimensions tons net Dimensions topgallant Masts topmast topsail trade Type USA Owner vessel Volvo Penta voyage waterline Width wood Nation yacht yard