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Tall Ships, Clippers and Historic Ships
BRITANNIA, ALBERTA & VIGILANT
Britannia raced Vigilant in the summer of 1894, the racing was spectacular. The boats being well matched, Britannia the Kings yacht winning overall. Alberta is making for Southampton.
CONSTITUTION
1797 - "Old Ironsides", the oldest warship afloat, best remembered for her heroic encounters in the American War of 1812-1815.
DUTCH VESSELS BECALMED OFF DOVER
A Dutch frigate is seen becalmed off Dover exchanging news with compatriots from Dutch trading vessels.
FLEET OF THE EAST INDIAMEN
East Indiamen sailed to the Indies in large fleets. They looked so much like warships that often they arrived unchallenged.
FRIGATE DEPARTING
A chasse maree and a frigate depart St. Peter Port. The chasse maree going south to the fishing grounds and the frigate heads for Plymouth, Castle Cornet in the background.
HERM, CHANNEL ISLANDS
Mermaid, Count Blucher's schooner is seen running past his steam launch departing Herm Harbour.
MONT ORGUEIL, JERSEY
1815 - A Dutch trader in Gorey Harbour, with a cutter and other vessels. The medieval Mount Orgueil Castle is strategically positioned overlooking Gorey and its harbour. It was built in the 13th century to protect Jersey from French raiders and for centuries was the political and military headquarters of the English Crown in Jersey.
NANTUCKET
Rowing out to the Whalers in the chord of the bay at Nantucket. Great Point can be seen behind.

NAVAJOE & ALBERTA OFF OSBORNE HOUSE, ISLE OF WIGHT
Navahoe visited England in 1893 and had an exciting season of events with Britannia and the Big Class. Alberta the Royal Yacht is shown departing Osborne House for Southampton.
OFF HURST CASTLE
A fishing yawl struggles against wind and tide making for Lymington. Hurst Castle can be seen to the right and the Needles to the left.

ROYAL YACHT SQUADRON OFF CASTLE CORNE
The most prestigious British yacht club in England has sent yachts all over the world. Here are two cutters rendezvousing off St. Peter Port.
SAFE HAVEN
Clippers are seen becalmed drying their sails while small boats transfer the cargo.
ST PETER PORT, GUERNSEY
1780 - a sloop of war and frigate are shown on the Guernsey station. Various squadrons of British warships were deployed to the Islands in the French revolutionary and Napoleonic wars. Castle Cornet can be seen to the left and on the right is the south end of St. Peter Port.
THE WHITE SQUADRON OFF CASTLE CORNET, GUERNSEY
Royal Yacht Squadron yachts are shown taking the intricate "inner passage" to round the tip of Portland Bill.
VICTORIA AND ALBERT AND BLACK EAGLE
1851 - Vessels of the British and American navies are waiting for the tide off the Needles. As Victoria & Albert I and Black Eagle steam into the bay, America glides across their path.
VICTORY
1851 - Vessels of the British and American navies are waiting for the tide off the Needles. As Victoria & Albert I and Black Eagle steam into the bay, America glides across their path.
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